A Starbucks, in Tempe, Arizona, has apologized after six police officers were asked to leave or move out of the line of sight of a customer who was uncomfortable with the officers presence.
The officers visited the store on the 4th of July and paid for their drinks when a company employee asked them to adhere to the customer's wishes. Starbucks offered an apology to the Tempe, Arizona Police Department saying the treatment of the officers was 'completely unacceptable.'
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