I was refused service at a drive-through restaurant because I told the cashier that she doesn't have to be rude. She started yelling at me, and then refused to take my order. I pulled up to the window to get the 1-800 off for complaints then the police was called on me, and then barred. It was very embarrassing, and the police would not give me a reason on why.
You can file a complaint against the restaurant through management at their home office. You were not defamed. They just declined to take your order.
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It does not appear that you were accused of a crime, or that you were any defamatory comments published about you. The specific details of your encounter with an employee of a drive-through eatery seem to be lost in your report here. You apparently were free to take your business elsewhere when this event occurred.
It is not likely to be a case any lawyer would take with such a lack of injury and outrageous conduct to allege.
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