Police officer films herself breaking down in tears after cancelling her McMuffin order because she feared staff had tampered with the food (9 Pics)

A cop has been branded 'Officer Karen' after she broke down in tears after having to wait for her McDonald's drive-thru in a viral video. 
The Georgia woman, who identified herself as a 15-year veteran of the force, filmed herself crying over a delay to her mobile order for a McMuffin, hashbrowns and coffee at the fast food branch when she was apparently on her way home from a shift.  
The footage has gone viral on social media with several people slamming her for crying over a food order at a McDonald's drive-thru just days after black man Rayshard Brooks was gunned down in the drive-thru of a Georgia Wendy's by white cops. 


Jeremy Newberger tweeted: 'Officer Karen's story about waiting for her McDonalds Egg McMuffin is way worse than the guy who was killed for sleeping on line at the Wendy's drive-thru. Yeah, it isn't. Get a grip lady.'

Another Twitter user, Riley, added: 'While Officer Karen is trending, a reminder a Martin Gugino is still hospitalized with a fractured skull and is yet unable to walk.'
While April, on Twitter, added: 'The weaponization of white womens tears is amazing. Like we don’t wait an extra 10 minutes for Spicy every time we go to Popeyes even BEFORE the pandemic or the rebellion. Girl GTF. Use the wait time to teach your partners to be less racist.' 
The woman, identified on social media as Stacey, tells the camera that she was on her way home from work and was waiting in line for her order at the drive-thru. 
She said she had placed a mobile order 'so that people don't pay for my stuff as I want to pay for it myself'.  
'I pull up to the second window to get my food and so the girl comes to the window and asks me what my order was,' she says.
'I repeat my order and my coffee order and they ask me to pull up as my food's not ready.'
The apparent cop then says she repeated her order to the employee and she was left still 'waiting and waiting and waiting'.  
'I hadn't eaten in a while so I was kind of hungry,' she tells the camera as her eyes brim with tears.
'Stacey' then says one of the employees came out - but only with her coffee.
Her memory of this moment seems to tip her over the edge and the 'cop' breaks down in tears at the absence of her McMuffin.
A white female claiming to be a cop broke down in tears asking people to give officers a 'break' and to say 'thank you' after she was forced to cancel her McDonald's drive-thru order because she feared employees were messing with her McMuffin
A white female claiming to be a cop broke down in tears asking people to give officers a 'break' and to say 'thank you' after she was forced to cancel her McDonald's drive-thru order because she feared employees were messing with her McMuffin
The Georgia woman, who identified herself as a 15-year veteran of the force, filmed herself crying over a delay to her mobile order for a McMuffin, hashbrowns and coffee at the fast food branch when she was apparently on her way home from a shift
The Georgia woman, who identified herself as a 15-year veteran of the force, filmed herself crying over a delay to her mobile order for a McMuffin, hashbrowns and coffee at the fast food branch when she was apparently on her way home from a shift
'That's all she gives me,' she wails, before telling how she turned down the food altogether because she was 'nervous' staff had tampered with it. 
'I told her, "Don't bother with the food because right now I'm too nervous to take it."' she says.
'It doesn't matter how many hours I've been up. It doesn't matter what I've done for anyone. Right now I'm too nervous to take a meal from McDonald's because I can't see it being made.' 
The distraught woman then pleads for people to not only give cops a 'break' but to say 'thank you' because she doesn't hear it enough.
'I don't know what's going on with people nowadays, but please, just give us a break. Please just give us a break. I don't know how much more I can take,' she says.
Social media users were outraged over the supposed cop's reaction to getting a McMuffin when numerous people have been killed at the hands of cops
Social media users were outraged over the supposed cop's reaction to getting a McMuffin when numerous people have been killed at the hands of cops
'I've been in this for 15 years and I've never ever had so much anxiety for waiting for McDonald's drive-thru food. 
'If you see an officer say thank you as I don't hear thank you enough anymore.'
The woman's calls for gratitude for law enforcement come amid widespread protests across America calling for an end to police brutality and systemic racism after a white cop 'murdered' black man George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day. 
Following his killing, several other videos have surfaced showing cops violently attacking peaceful protesters across the country.
Last week, Brooks was then shot dead by officers in a Wendy's drive-thru in Atlanta during an arrest for DUI.   
These deaths also come soon after several other high-profile cases where black men and women have been killed by cops.   
The video of 'Stacey' was shared on social media by a sympathetic woman called Ann who voiced outrage at her treatment at the fast food joint.
'Stacey who has been a cop for 15 yrs went to @McDonalds She paid for it in advance and this is how she gets treated for being a cop … Come on America. We are better than this,' she wrote in the post.  
George Floyd
The woman's calls for gratitude for law enforcement come amid widespread protests across America calling for an end to police brutality and systemic racism after a white cop 'murdered' black man George Floyd (pictured) in Minneapolis on Memorial Day 
Breonna Taylor was shot eight times by cops while she was sleeping
Rayshard Brooks was shot dead by officers in a Wendy's drive-thru in Atlanta during an arrest for DUI
Breonna Taylor (left) who was shot eight times by cops while she was sleeping. Rayshard Brooks was shot dead by officers in a Wendy's drive-thru in Atlanta during an arrest for DUI (right)
It had more than 8 million views on Twitter by Wednesday afternoon, but most people were outraged over the supposed cop's reaction to getting a McMuffin when numerous people have been killed at the hands of cops. 
'Black people are worried about getting killed in their sleep and cops are having  nervous breakdowns about hash browns,' wrote one Twitter user.
Another referenced the killings of Brooks and Breonna Taylor - who was shot eight times by cops while she was sleeping. 
'You know who can’t order any more food because they were in a nervous terror as they lay there being killed or were shot at least 8 times in their own home? You know who was just killed in a fast food parking lot? Say their names!' they posted.
Three police officers were hospitalized after falling sick after drinking shakes from a Manhattan Shake Shack, believed to have been contaminated with bleach. Officers are seen standing over evidence (circled) outside the Shake Shake after the incident Monday night
Three police officers were hospitalized after falling sick after drinking shakes from a Manhattan Shake Shack, believed to have been contaminated with bleach. Officers are seen standing over evidence (circled) outside the Shake Shake after the incident Monday night 
Another alluded to the repeated reason often given to black men and women when pulled over by cops: 'Maybe @McDonalds should reply this way to Stacey's rant : "Sorry for the confusion, but she fit the description of another customer who had ordered JUST coffee".' 
Another wrote: 'Not sure anyone who falls apart like this over an egg mcmuffin should be in possession of a firearm.' 
McDonalds insisted the officer's wait was not intentional, or because she was a cop. 
A spokesperson for local McDonald's restaurant owners told DailyMail.com in a statement they were 'made aware of a local police officer who experienced a longer than usual wait time and did not receive her full order right away at one of our restaurants'. 
They said they had been in contact with this officer to apologize 'and let her know that we would love to correct the inaccurate order when she has time'. 
The 'cop's' shocking meltdown comes days after three NYPD cops became sick and were hospitalized after drinking Shake Shack milkshakes they believed were contaminated with bleach.
The Detectives Endowment Association jumped to the conclusion that the cops were intentionally poisoned in a Twitter post that was retweeted over 11,000 times. 
But New York police later determined there was no criminality in the incident and that a cleaning solution used to clear the chain's milkshake machines wasn't fully washed out and seeped into the officers' drinks by accident.   
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