NYPD Cops Launch Boycott Against Dunkin’ Donuts. Evidently the clerk who refused to serve the two detectives thinks Bad Cop = No Donut applies to all of NYPD.

Palladino also took a swipe at New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who tends to find himself at odds with rank and file cops.

“Political leaders in this city have encouraged this type of behavior by constantly demonizing cops and pushing their decriminalization agenda,” he said.

“It’s time for the same politicians to step up, take some responsibility and condemn what occurred.”

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I had to laugh at the excuse, “they were standing at the wrong counter.” I was in a Tim Hortons (Canada and the Midwest’s answer to Dunkin Donuts) the other day, looking at the dried-up doughnuts, waiting for someone to wait on me. The wait was puzzling because I was the only customer in the place. Finally I gave a guy behind the counter a look that clearly expressed my puzzlement and he responded by saying, “You’re standing in the wrong place. We take orders down here at the cash register.” “But if I’m standing at the cash register,” I pointed out, “I can’t see the doughnuts so how am I supposed to point at the ones I want?” “I guess you could remember.”

Which is when I decided to drive the extra two miles to a local farm where they sell much better doughnuts, they greet you with a friendly “Hello!” when you walk in the door, and you order the doughnuts and cookies by standing in front of the glass case and pointing at them.


Standard protocol is you order by the display case, as you indicated. If you want customers to hoof it over to the cash register to order, and as this seems to be an ongoing issue, perhaps you can dig into said register and pull out some of those hard earned profits and buy an effing Please Order Here sign to hang. 🙄