Controversial Dunkin' Donuts sign causes social media uproar

Controversial Dunkin' Donuts sign causes social media uproar

Controversial Dunkin' Donuts sign causes social media uproar

Dunkin' Donuts has since released a statement regarding the controversy and revealed the sign has been removed from the store. The sign caused a social media uproar.

A Dunkin' Donuts in Baltimore has removed a controversial sign bribing customers to report employees speaking any language other than English.

It also promised that those who reported employees by name would receive "a coupon for free coffee and a pastry".

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The racist sign received national attention on Twitter, with pictures being re-tweeted on numerous accounts.

The store's franchise owner believed the sign was "inappropriate" and had it removed, the company said.

Angry tweeters called out Dunkin' Donuts and demanded that the sign be addressed as soon as possible.

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"They're kind and courteous and do their job", Reagan Greenberg, a customer, told WBAL TV.

Dunkin' Donuts told the Sun in a statement that the store's general manager put it up "based on her own personal judgment" to deal with a "customer service and satisfaction issue".

The sign, which was posted at a Dunkin' Donuts location on 41st Street, was seen by several customers, including a WBAL-TV 11 News producer, who shared it on Twitter.

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"I have been asked not to make someone's drink while they spoke to me in mock Spanish, asking me to have my white coworker make the drink instead", Angela De La Torre, a 21-year-old Mexican-American who has worked at Starbucks for a year, said.

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