Video: Dunkin' Donuts Workers Fired Over Homeless Stunt

What a Dunkin' dumbass!

A Syracuse Dunkin' Donuts has suspended several employees after a video has shown one of them dumping water on a homeless man. 

In the video, an employee pours a pitcher of water on a homeless man who was sleeping at a table. 

The employee tells the man he won't call the cops, he just wants him out of the store.

As this happens, other workers can be heard laughing in the background. 

Relatives of the victim say he struggles with epilepsy and schizophrenia.  

Dunkin’ Franchise and Chief Operating Officer, Kimberly Wolak says her team was distrurbed by the employee's actions: 

“Dunkin’ has been a part of the Syracuse community for many years, and as the franchisees who own and operate the North Salina Street location, we were extremely disturbed by the behavior of our employees captured in the video. It not only violated our written policies, but goes against our core values as an organization–which include creating a welcoming and hospitable environment and treating everyone with dignity and respect. The employees involved in the incident have been suspended pending a complete investigation, and we will be contacting the individual in the video to apologize for the negative experience."

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