The Windsor Police Service (WPS) is investigating an incident that saw a duty officer allegedly refused access to a fast-food restaurant employees knelt down in sign of protest. On Saturday, the winnipeg police SERVICE tweeted that it was aware of social media post, which appears to show two employees of an Arby’s restaurant in east Windsor to its knees in protest of a police officer using the ” drive-thru “.
“The WPS is looking into the circumstances surrounding this isolated incident,” reads the tweet on the police service’s official account.
The incident is alleged to have occurred on Friday. According to the social media, the post, the agent has received a refund.
A comment on the post refutes the officer’s claim alleging the officer has received the order of the food, but, demanded a refund, seeing that the two employees to his knees.
On his knees, the gesture has gained ground as a symbol of the Black Lives Matter movement protest against the brutality of the police after the former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick would kneel during the AMERICAN national anthem played before the match to highlight the police violence against african-Americans.
The message has since been taken down.
CTV News has reached out to Arby’s Canada for comment, but has not yet received a response from the publication.