Chipotle CEO Meets With Two Black Men Targeted With Explosive Diarrhea
Philadelphia, PA -- As Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson met with two black men who were escorted out of one of their stores in Philadelphia, Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol did much the same, except in his case the pair were targeted with acute bloody diarrhea.
"No man should be treated this way. No man, regardless of color, should have to suffer through this. I could only imagine how these two fine men feel, although I don’t have to for much longer because I’m about to have lunch here,” Johnson said during the roundtable discussion.
"You were unfairly put in this position, and by position I mean sitting with feet in the air hoping all would end. But it continued. It must have been humiliating to hear the knocking of the next customer looking to use the restroom. To think of how these burritos treated you and your insides, I get sick in my stomach just thinking about it.”
The company will also close all 2,250 stores for bowel sensitivity training. The entire team will participate in a “rapid taco” exercise in which every worker will truly feel what these unfortunate customers have to go through every single day.
Johnson claims the “chef” who worked at this particular location is now terminated. He also claims the “Mexican food” is “food.”
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