Tue, Mar 01, 2011
Restaurant Owner Puts Agents On "Do-Not-Eat" List
A restaurant owner near SEA-TAC airport became fed up ... so to
speak ... with stories from his customers about their treatment at
the hands of TSA agents. So the owner decided to put anyone
employed by the agency on a "do-not-eat" list, and the response
from customers had been mostly positive.
A blog called "The Raw Story" reports that restaurant employee
KC McLawson told a journalist that there are signs on the door
saying that TSA employees are not welcome. "We have the right to
refuse service to anyone," she said.
McLawson said the owner of the establishment travels frequently,
and he can recognize TSA personnel when they come into the
café. She said even the police have assisted in escorting
TSA employees from the restaurant on occasion.
McLawson said the policy would stand until TSA agents "start
treating us with the respect and dignity we deserve." Until then,
it'll be no food for the Feds. The name of the café, and its
owner, was withheld from the blog by the journalist who told them
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