By Ann Brown
A Black CVS customer in Chicago had the police called on her by a white store manager for trying to use a coupon.
Three policemen responded to two 911 calls made by store manager Morry Matson, who called the police on customer Camilla Hudson, 53, because he didn’t recognize the coupon she was trying to redeem. Hudson posted the video to Facebook after she said managers at a CVS in Chicago claimed her coupon for a free product was “fraudulent,” USA Today reported. According to Hudson, she received the coupon in the mail.
Matson, who has been dubbed “Coupon Carl” in social media and the press, was a campaign delegate for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and is also running for Chicago City Council.
Hudson was using a self-checkout lane in a CVS and was unable to scan her coupon. Matson came over to help. Then a second manager came as well. The second manager, who has not been identified, said he did not recognize the coupon and that they could not accept it, Diversity Inc. reported.
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