In the latest instalment of 'white person calls police on black person for just going about their daily life', a Subway worker has called the police on a black family who just stopped in for dinner.
The Dobsons, a family of seven, were on their way back from visiting their grandmother for her birthday on Monday, when they stopped at Subway in Coweta County, Georgia, for dinner.
Felicia and Othniel Dobson were accompanied by their four children, aged between 8 and 19, as well as the children's aunt, and they'd been at the restaurant for about an hour when a worker called the police, reports WSB-TV 2,
In the urgent 911 call, the worker can be heard saying:
I need somebody to come through here please, ASAP. Now.
There's about eight people in a van, and they've been in the store for about an hour.
They keep going back and forth to the bathrooms by my back door.
The worker also alleged that the Dobsons were possibly filling their cups with soda, and not water.
A Newnan police officer responded to the call, and apologised to the family, saying that the worker was suspicious of the family, and that she'd been robbed previously.