Unbelievable: Teen Cashier Buys Cop’s Dessert. When Couple Behind Cop Throws Fit, Teen Never Expects What’s Next

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Neither he nor his mother could believe it.

Unbelievable: Teen Cashier Buys Cop’s Dessert. When Couple Behind Cop Throws Fit, Teen Never Expects What’s Next

Have you ever done something that you thought was nice, but then got in trouble for it? Unfortunately when that happens it can have a negative impact, making people hesitant to do nice things in the future.

One Texas teen will definitely think twice about doing an act of kindness in the future. What started out as a thoughtful gesture ended in the teen running into some trouble.

Tami Kurtz Randolph wrote:

UPDATE: For the first time since my post on July 5, the Company reached out to Zack on Wed July 12 to offer a verbal apology, offered to pay for the hours he was scheduled during the suspension, and hoped he would return to work. Zack returned the call and left a message asking if he could receive a written apology (for reference, if needed for future employment). He has not heard back from them or received a written statement at this time.
My Son works at Katy Mills Mall and on Sunday evening an on duty Police Officer walked up to the counter and placed his order. My son offered to pay for his cookie with his own money. The officer was grateful said thank you and walked away…..

The next family walked up and said “are you going to buy mine too?” My son replied with “I’m sorry I bought his because he is wearing a badge”…… then this customer started verbally attacking him, calling my son a racist, & threatened to beat him up. His wife threatened to go back there and slap him.. The middle aged man sat down his little daughter and tried to come behind the counter to attack him. Thankfully his coworker defused the situation. The man then said “I will get you fired”.

As soon as this man started the attack my son, he stepped back and walked away… he said very little to this man.
on Monday he received a text stating that he was to bring all of his “stuff” the next day for a meeting with his manager and upper manager.
Tuesday he walks in with all his stuff. He was told the upper managers want him fired. Thankfully his manager refused and said you are an excellent worker and and everyone agreed that you did nothing wrong (The day before this situation he was offered a $2 an hour raise and management) He then started his normal scheduled shift. He worked 2-3 hours , when he was called into the back room where she had written him up. It says “he bought a cookie for a police officer and a customer wanted to physically fight him” it does state “if this happens again he will be terminated.” Then she stated after todays shift you will be on a 1 week suspension……. REALLY (he did finish off his shift)

Since when does buying a police officer a cookie give anyone else a reason to attack someone. And when did a Corporation want to FIRE someone for being KIND, taking what a customer said or did, regardless of how hateful they are.

Zack Randolph is an 18-year-old employee at Great American Cookies. When a police officer came by to pick up some dessert, Randolph had an idea.

He told the officer that he wanted to pay for his treat, as a way of saying thanks for everything that he does. Randolph pulled out his wallet and paid the $2.75, not even taking advantage of the employee discount.

“He’s just a really nice guy and on top of that he has a badge,” he said. “That’s enough for me to buy him something. That’s the least I can do.”

Randolph was feeling good about what he had done until the next customers came up to the counter. The man and woman asked for free desserts and gave him a hard time because he’d extended his act of goodwill to the cop and not to them, too.

Randolph’s mother said that the couple was very confrontational. According to her, the man told her son, “You know you’re probably going to get fired.”

“He put his daughter down and came around to the side and was about to come back and come at me and thankfully my assistant manager and my co-worker stopped him,” said Randolph. The trouble didn’t end there, though.

The teen was written up and received a week-long suspension from work. Neither he nor his mother could believe it.

Randolph’s mom, Tami, posted about the incident on Facebook. People were outraged at the story, and demanded justice.

It wasn’t long before the company issued an apology for their uncalled-for actions. The suspension was revoked, and they admitted that Randolph had been in the right.

It is unfortunate that this incident occurred when a teen was just trying to show his respect for law enforcement. “A lot of people I know my age don’t support police officers. I don’t think it’s fair,” said Randolph.

It’s difficult to understand how some people can be so selfish and unkind, but we’re happy this young man was recognized for his graciousness. Keep being a light!

…it never hurts to get your child checked out…

DRY DROWNING DANGER: 4-Year-Old Dies Suddenly after Days of ‘Stomach Bug’ Symptoms. Then Doctors Find It in His Lungs

Parents are always on guard when in the water with small children, as they should be. However, there is another danger that begins as soon as the child leaves the water.

If a child breathes in (aspirates) water while swimming, they are at risk of “dry drowning.” It is crucial to watch for developing signs of the condition such as vomiting, fatigue, coughing, and especially difficulty breathing.

A family from Texas is suffering the untimely death of 4-year-old Francisco (Frankie) Delgado III. The whole family went swimming over Memorial Day weekend, and had a good time together.

Photo source: Baby Frankie Support

Over the next few days, Frankie fell ill. He was showing flu-like symptoms, but his condition slowly started to improve.

Nearly a week after they had gone swimming, Frankie woke up one morning with horrible pain. He let out a terrible groan, and drew in his last breath.

Frankie’s father was with him at the time and says that he didn’t know what to do. Paramedics arrived and rushed the little boy off to the hospital.

4-year-old Francisco Delgado died after swimming

There, doctors and nurses did everything they could to save Frankie’s life. The little boy’s mother, Tara, recalls watching the medical staff work on her son.

Tara was approached by a doctor who told her that they had tried everything, but Frankie was not going to make it. “When she came in, she told us it’s what’s called dry drowning. His lungs were full of fluid. There was nothing else they could do for him,” said Tara.

Frankie’s family remembers their little boy as a happy and fun-loving baseball fan. Tara says that her son had a really big heart.

Medical professionals urge parents to be diligent in watching for signs of dry drowning. The symptoms can easily be confused with the flu, but it never hurts to get your child checked out to be safe.

Symptoms can begin to show anywhere from 24 to 48 hours after inhaling water. The Delgado family wishes that they knew this important information before they lost Frankie, but hopefully their story will serve as a lesson and other innocent lives will be spared.

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