Sonic restaurant asks customers to stop smoking pot in drive-thru line

Manager says patron blew smoke in employee's face

Business Wire

A Mississippi Sonic restaurant is asking its customers to "show some common courtesy" to it's drive-thru workers by refraining from smoking marijuana in line.

A Mississippi Sonic restaurant is asking its customers to "show some common courtesy" to it's drive-thru workers by refraining from smoking marijuana in line.

The SunHerald reports the restaurant decided to hang a sign in a window reading, "ATTENTION: If you are smoking weed in the drive thru you will not be served! Please show some common courtesy and smoke and air out before pulling up to order," after a customer blew smoke in the face of a employee who is a minor.

The store manager, Yasman Freeman, said the employees were also just tired of smelling marijuana while taking orders.

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