Texas cookie store employee who bought cop's order temporarily suspended

An employee of Great American Cookies in Texas was temporarily suspended after he bought a police offer’s order.

The employee was working at Katy Mills Mall Sunday when an on-duty cop visited the store and completed an order. Seeing the police officer’s badge, the young employee decided to purchase the officer’s order with his own money.

After the officer thanked the employee and walked away, the family in line behind him grew angry that the employee would not buy their order after buying the cop’s. The employee’s mother shared what happened on Facebook.

The employee was told on Monday that he would have to “bring all of his ‘stuff’” to a meeting with the store’s management Tuesday, where he was allegedly told that the “upper managers want him fired.”

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