Starbucks was serving something, but unfortunately it wasn’t justice.
After asking people who were illegally parking in handicap-only spots to move their vehicles, Rob Rowen was banned from a Starbucks in Tampa, Florida, reports WTSP.
Rowen later received a letter from the massive corporation, which he suspected would be an apology. WTSP reports that it was actually an expulsion from all Starbucks in the country (which has since been reversed) because he was “disrupting business and threatening customers.”
The letter “shocked” the Florida man, whose son-in-law has muscular dystrophy and is in a wheelchair.
When seeing parking injustices, Rowen took it upon himself to urge people to abide the law.
“I saw someone park, and it was obvious they weren’t handicapped,” Rowen told Bay News 9. “There was no handicapped parking sticker. It wasn’t a handicapped plate. And so I said to him, ‘You’re parked in the one handicapped space, and you need to move your car.’”
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