It's been a bad year for Chick-fil-A. When they're not filing lawsuits against small-time Vermont artists, the company has donated nearly $2 million to explicitly anti-gay causes. Now, this.
Two people went into a California Chick-fil-A to grab some food. They were not asked their names, but when they received their order "Ching" and "Chong" were provided as the names. Yes, they both happen to be Asian.
One of the customers went back to the restaurant, “I went to talk to the manager, and I told him that this cannot happen ever again. I chose to be calm about it, but I was ready to go off. I made it known that it wasn’t okay, and that I didn’t appreciate it whatsoever."
Didn't anyone in California learn their lesson from that epic library rant earlier this year?
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