A Starbucks customer was banned from the chain after asking people who were illegally parked in handicap-only spots to move their vehicles.
Rob Rowen received a letter from the massive corporation, which he suspected would be an apology... it was actually a ban from all Starbucks in the country (which has since been reversed) because he was “disrupting business and threatening customers.”
The letter “shocked” the Florida man, whose son-in-law has muscular dystrophy and is in a wheelchair.
When seeing parking injustices, Rowen took it upon himself to urge people to abide the law.
But once the story gained traction online, the coffee chain took a step back and reversed the ban.
Starbucks vowed to “work with him to improve the parking situation at the store and create additional awareness and understanding of this important topic.”