"Today, the San Francisco Department of Health closed our restaurant…" he wrote.
According to Wensingers statement, In-N-Out Burger employees were allegedly "not preventing the entry of customers who were not carrying proper vaccination documentation."
Beyond the famous California institution's location "properly and clearly" posting signage to communicate local vaccination requirements, the SFDH has attempted to require In-N-Out Burger employees to act as health police and enforcement personnel for the city.
He explains, "After closing our restaurant, local regulators informed us that our restaurant Associates must actively intervene by demanding proof of vaccination and photo identification from every customer…barring entry for any Customers without proper documentation."
Wensigner opened up further in the statement saying they are committed to the highest level of customer service & making all feel welcome.
"We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government. It is unreasonable, invasive, and unsafe to force our restaurant associates to segregate customers," wrote Wensigner.