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One user posted a photo of the milk in her coffee and said: 'At Starbucks you must be THIS white to sit at their tables'.
Other users called the altercation 'racism at its ugliest level' in America.
Ross said the officers 'did absolutely nothing wrong' and were professional in their conduct toward the individuals but 'got the opposite back.' He did not mention Yaffe, the person who said he was meeting with the men.'As an African American male, I am very aware of implicit bias; we are committed to fair and unbiased policing,' Ross said.
But he added: 'If a business calls and they say that 'Someone is here that I no longer wish to be in my business' (officers) now have a legal obligation to carry out their duties and they did just that.' 'Starbucks said that according to the company policy they do not allow nonpaying members or nonpaying people to come in and use the restroom. These two males refused to leave and the police were called,' he added.
On Saturday, the hashtag #Boycott Starbucks was trending on Twitter.
We take these matters seriously and clearly have more work to do when it comes to how we handle incidents in our stores.
We are reviewing out policies and will continue to engage with the community and the police department to try to ensure these types of situations never happen in any of our stores,' the statement said.
' Yaffe is seen asking cops on video of the incident.
Yaffe is reportedly a family friend of the men who were arrested, and was meeting them to discuss some kind of real estate transaction.We're reviewing the incident with our partners, law enforcement and customers to determine what took place and led to this unfortunate result.'They issued a second statement Saturday.