Condado Tacos Restaurants Close After Employees Refuse to Fill OSHP Order


PHOTO CREDIT--ABC6

PHOTO CREDIT--ABC6

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN)--All of the Condado Tacos locations in central Ohio remained closed on Tuesday, after employees refused to fill an order for local troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

The order for 500 tacos came into the Polaris location on Monday, and some employees said they felt uncomfortable completing it, so they walked out.

Workers quote a District Manager as saying, "They would be fired if they walked out."

A spokesperson for the restaurant group said the order was paid in full when it was received. No employees were fired if they walked out. The managers for Condado Tacos decided to close all of the restaurants on Tuesday out of an abundance of caution.