The policeman discovered saliva when he took off the lid to cool the coffee.
A Dunkin ̵
The accident happened at about 10.20 pm. on July 30, when a soldier from the Illinois State Police (ISP) police district purchased a large black coffee from a Dunkin Donuts plant located on Archer Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.
“Since the coffee is extremely hot, the Trooper removed the lid from the top of the cup to cool it down,” Illinois state police said in a statement.
It was then that the officer noticed the mucus and saliva floating in his cup of coffee.
The ISP immediately launched an investigation into the incident which culminated only a couple of hours later with the arrest of 25-year-old Dunkin Dutyin’s Donuts, Vincent J. Sessler.
Sessler was taken into incident without incident by the ISP District Chicago Troopers and was accused of a disorderly conduct and disorderly conduct.
ISP director Brendan F. Kelly made a severe statement about the accident.
“This is outrageous and disgusting,” said Kelly. “The men and women of the Illinois state police strive every day to protect the lives and rights of all people in this state. They deserve better than this offensive and dangerous treatment. “
Kelly also said that ISP officers and employees will now be prohibited from patronizing Dunkin’s Donuts’ position for their own safety.
Sessler currently remains in custody in the eighth district of the Chicago Police Department while investigations continue.