A Starbucks in Philadelphia has fired an employee after allegedly mocking a customer with a stutter.
The customer posted on Facebook Sunday, saying that his friend stuttered when giving his name. He said the barista made a joke about his stutter, and then spelled his friends name with extra letters.
He reported to Starbucks what happened to his friend, but he was only offered a $5 coupon as an apology.
"Clearly, Starbucks missed the point. It was about how you treat people with speech impairments, not how you write names," Lekwijit wrote in his Facebook post.
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This all comes only a few months after Starbucks held anti-racial bias training for all of their U.S. employees. That was after a worker at another Philly location called police on two black men just waiting for a friend.