Teen’s Good Deed for Officer Turns Into Suspension at Work
18-year-old Zack Randolph was working Sunday at Great American Cookies at Katy Mills Mall. A police officer placed an order and the teen said he would like to pay for the officer’s dessert. How is that a problem? Well, the person in line behind the officer apparently didn’t like it, and the teen ended up suspended, but the story doesn’t end there.
“He was told you know you’re probably going to get fired,” says the 18-year-old’s mom Tami Randolph. Fired? For what? The teenager says the police officer also works in the mall and he just wanted to be kind and buy the officer the cheesecake brownie he ordered to show his appreciation for protecting and serving our community.
“He’s just a really nice guy and on top of that he has a badge. That’s enough for me to buy him something. That’s the least I can do,” explains Zack Randolph. The teen paid the $2.75 for the brownie with his own money. “Yes ma’am. I didn’t even use the employee discount, full price,” says Randolph. Read more at fox26houston.com.