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A server a Denny's abruptly quits after customers refuse to put on a mask so they can dine at the establishment.

This server is fed up with anti-maskers and people refusing to wear a mask.

A viral video is making its way around the internet showing a server at a Denny's in Franklin Park, IL slamming down menus and yelling "I quit. I f**king quit..."

The guys who refuse to wear a face mask to dine at the Denny's in Illinois claim the "Civil Rights Act of 1964" and their religion as to why they can't wear their masks. After that claim, that's when the server has had enough and heads towards the door.

The manager of the Franklin Park, IL Denny's comes to the front and tells the men if they can't wear a mask, they need to leave. One of the men tells the manager he just lost their business and left.

It is unclear of the server actually did quit or not.

According to National Law Review, Federal Law Title 2 of the Civil Rights Act, which has been cited by numerous Christian and religious groups refusing to wear masks, say,

"Title II of the Act, no matter what you may hear elsewhere, does not require "place[s] of public accommodation" to accommodate the religious beliefs of its patrons by waiving a rule that it imposes on others so long as the rule is applied to all customers without regard to their "religion" (or, for that matter, their race, color, or national origin), such as a rule prohibiting entry on the premises unless you are wearing a face mask"."

"Denny's is aware of the situation involving an employee and two guests that refused to wear face coverings at its Franklin Park, IL location. While we understand that some may feel that they are exempt from certain mandates, at Denny's, the safety of our employees and guests is our top priority and we will always abide by all applicable regulations and guidelines to ensure that priority is met. This pandemic has hit the restaurant industry and those that work in it particularly hard, and we ask that those who choose to dine out respect the hard work and resilience of these workers by adhering to public health guidelines as well as individual restaurant policies. We look forward to when these requirements are no longer necessary, but until then, will continue to act in the best interest of the health and welfare of our guests, employees and the communities we serve."

See the video of the server putting her foot down below.

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