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His justification for doing so is that the deaf man allegedly told the people behind him, in sign language, that he cared neither about them nor about their order.
The video's uploader indicates that the incident occurred on September 22.
A deaf man was refused service at a Burger King drive-thru in Dublin, Ohio.
Video uploaded to You Tube shows the interaction between the deaf customer and the Burger King employee.
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The deaf customer, who filmed the interaction and uploaded it to the internet, wrote: 'I went to the Burger King drive-thru in Dublin, Ohio.
I am deaf and so I pulled up to the window.'Then the manager said he was refusing to serve me and I had to leave without any food.' The deaf customer filmed the interaction and wrote of it: 'I went to the Burger King drive-thru in Dublin, Ohio. Then the manager said he was refusing to serve me and I had to leave without any food'It appears that the refusal resulted from a misunderstanding that occurred at a previous point in the drive-thru queue.
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