From Panama City, FL.
Apparently, a protestor ordered from the local Chick-fil-A oat US Hwy 231 and 77 in Panama City, pulled up a little way and then rolled up his window and refused to move his car any further, thus blocking the drive-through lane. For those who are not from this area, this Chick-fil-A is a drive-through only location, and the lane this protestor was in is very cramped and has little access as it is between a fence and the Chick-fil-A building.
Anyway, the police were called and the protestor refused to roll down his window. After threatening to break the window and drag the protestor out, the police changed their mind and called for a wrecker. When the wrecker arrived, the protestor was still holding out in his car, and the wrecker couldn’t get to it because of where the protestor had parked. The police then had the wrecker driver use the chains to drag the protestors car — sideways and backwards — until they could remove the protestor and the car.
So I guess this is how the side of “tolerance and diversity” behaves when someone who is asked his position — not volunteers it — states an opinion that disagrees with theirs. Sort of 180 degrees opposite of what they claim, wouldn’t you say. 😉
As a former insurance adjuster, I can also tell you that this probably caused considerable damage to the protestors Kia and, if is did, his insurance company will be legally justified in denying his claim.
I just thought I would share that with the RNL community. The story was witnessed and relayed to me by a friend who is personally known to me and who stopped to watch the incident from across the street. Apparently, this friend thought is was quite amusing: I liked the story, myself.