MADEIRA BEACH, FL – A McDonald's employee was fired after turning over paramedics in Florida.
Anthony Quinn, a Sun Star Inc. paramedic, claimed in a Facebook review of Madeira Beach McDonald's that he and his partner were denied service at the restaurant.  In his review, Quinn said he agreed to use the bathroom when the employee told him that the restaurant "does not accept officers in here." When Quinn told the employee that he was not an officer, the employee said he would not serve "Someone with a badge."
Later, Quinn says his partner went to order, and the employee said he would not serve "his kind."
Casper is the company that operates the McDonald's location, issued the following statement.
“We are aware of the unfortunate incident that happened at one of our restaurants last night. We, like you, were upset and disappointed and immediately took action. The staff is laid off. What happened does not reflect the values of our brand, our franchise, or the love and admiration we have consistently shown to our law enforcement and first responders friends. We have reached out to offer our sincere apologies. ”
This story was originally published by Sarah Hollenbeck at the WFTS in Tampa, Florida.