A hearing-impaired woman named Rachel Hollis had a humiliating experience at a Burger King drive-thru in Oklahoma when she was refused service.

Despite typing her order on her phone and handing it to the employee, she received a piece of paper that said, “I can’t do a full order at the window. It’s too busy.”

The employee then slammed the window and started yelling, which Rachel recorded on her phone.

He expected her to leave, but she stayed put, and he eventually told her to come inside and then called the police.

Rachel was left overwhelmed and in tears, feeling discriminated against. She didn’t want to show any weakness in front of the rude employee, but once she left, she couldn’t hold back her emotions. “I’ve never experienced anything like that, for someone to call the police.

That’s crazy, it just doesn’t seem right,” she told KFOR. Unfortunately, people with disabilities are often not treated with empathy, and Rachel’s experience is a stark reminder of the discrimination they still face in today’s society.

You May Also Like

Rescuers Unable to Save 200 Stranded Horses on a Small Piece of Land, but Seven Women Devise a Solution

It happened in 2006, 200 horses got stuck on a small piece…

Happy grandfather approaches to meet his new grandchild and realizes his daughter deceived him

Landry James has always been surrounded by women. By now, he’s used…

Elderly man gets his last breath beside his wife time went on their daughter finds out a hidden detail in their lifetime

Anyone who’s been to a wedding knows the famous part of the…

Husband disappears right after wedding after 70 years, and she knows where hero Billy was last seen

The Second World War is unforgettable. It’s also regrettable in many levels.…