Man Sues Hardees For Violating His Civil Rights After Receiving A Small Number​ Of Hash Rounds


A North Carolina man wants justice after Hardees gave him a small number of Hash Rounds with his order.

Tommy Martin filed a civil lawsuit against the fast food chain because he believes they purposefully deprived him of a full order of Hash Rounds because he’s black.

In promotional photos, there are roughly 12 Hash Rounds in a serving, but that’s not what melanated Tommy got.

A cashier attempted to replace Tommy’s order, but a manager intervened and said, “That’s what you get.”

In tears, Tommy Martin left the Hardees restaurant and went to the Belmont police to file a report.

His lawsuit states that his civil rights were violated and that he no longer feels comfortable eating in public.

Despite receiving a refund for the Hash Rounds, Tommy wants a grand jury to review and decide the case.

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