Daytona Lt. Major Garvin appears not concerned about the stereotype of cops and donut shops. When a Starbucks cut off free coffee, Garvin allegedly threatened the manager that he might also cut off prompt service. He is now under internal investigation after flunking a polygraph examination.
According to store employees, Garvin responded to the request for payment by saying “If something happens, either we can respond really fast or we could respond really slow. I’ve been coming here for years and I’ve been getting whatever I want. I’m the difference between you getting a two-minute response time, if you needed a little help, or a 15 minutes response time.”
Nice. At least, he didn’t threaten to change the Tazoberry into the Tazerberry.
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UPDATE: Garvin is now out of a job, click here. I expect it would have been cheaper to just pay for the java –even at Starbucks prices.