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MAN ASKED TO LEAVE DAIRY QUEEN AFTER CUSSING OUT STAFF

At 4:13 p.m. May 21, police were called to the Dairy Queen, 1299 Main St., regarding a 21-year-old Windsor man who cussed at the store manager and at the person working the drive-thru window. The manager told police a man went through the drive-thru and ordered hot fudge. The employee working the drive-thru asked the man if he wanted a hot fudge sundae and the man started cussing at the employee. The manager was notified of the customer and she told the man to pull around to the window. She told the man he was not getting his order and to leave. She told him he could not talk to her staff that way, and then the man called the manager a foul name. She told police she did go up to the man’s car and had words with him. Police ran the license plate and called the man, and he admitted to using foul language to the staff and manager. He said the manager should not have spoken to him the way she did, and that people there did not have the power to tell him he could not go back there. He told police that people at Dairy Queen only made $9 an hour and that he owned businesses in Windsor. Police informed the man that he was not to return to Dairy Queen or he would face trespassing charges.


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