Fox News reports:
Scott Naff, an officer for the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, reportedly paid for his food in the drive-thru line, but was allegedly refused the food when he got to the window. Naff’s wife, Cathy, told the newspaper that the employee saw the uniform and told her husband: "I ain't serving no police."
She posted the story on her Facebook page to inform her close friends about the incident, and the story went viral, the report [at Richmond.com] said.
"He was in uniform and [in] his police vehicle. He paid for his food and drove forward to the next window," she wrote, according to Fox 8. "The young man who was working that window looked at him and backed away from the window mouthing something to my husband."
"The guy finally walked to the window and slid it open," Cathy reportedly said. "The guy said, 'I ain't serving no police' and closed the window. The guy proceeded to tell everyone in McDonald's, including the manager, that he was not going to serve the police."
"Cathy said it was not her husband's intention to cost someone [his] job, but she wanted to bring to light what police officers go through while interacting with the public," Fox News reports.
"Cathy updated her Facebook status to say a manager at the McDonald's had told her and Scott the employee in question had been let go," according to Fox News.