The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Joe For America
They did so in front of a dozen clients in the office waiting room.
Chief Philip Dupuis, with the Conroe Police Department, called the experience “embarrassing” and posted the story on Facebook, which has been “shared” nearly 3,000 times.
Dr. Rosalia Burke has refused to personally apologize and guarantee this bad behavior will not happen to officers in the future.
After the story went viral, the office attempted a very hesitant apology, proving they were more sorry they got caught, than for their bad behavior.
“I will be looking for a new ENT, just asked to leave Dr Burke’s office because I am wearing my gun, badge, and ID. I have never been so embarrassed (pissed) in my 35 years of law enforcement. Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists” Chief Philip Dupuis posted on Facebook.
The office has frantically deleted all negative comments from their Facebook apology, and the doctorpost was originally published on this site