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All Petrol Station employees to get sensitivity training in the wake of "Happy 9/11" drawing

All Petrol Station employees to get sensitivity training in the wake of "Happy 9/11" drawing

By now you've probably heard all the fuss about the crude 9/11 "joke" at craft-beer haven Petrol Station on Sunday.

If not, a quick fill in: A bartender scribbled an offensive doodle (depicting a plane flying into the Twin Towers, and a "Happy September 11th" message) on a Muslim customer's to-go box — which prompted a negative Yelp review, frantic tweets of apology and a firing/apology resolution.

CultureMap spoke with Petrol Station owner Ben Fullelove after the news broke and the tensions dissipated — and he says he's trying to move on.

"We took care of it by firing our employee, and we were able to talk to the person involved which — to us — was the most important thing," Fullelove says.

Fullelove says that the situation was a fluke, but he still plans to do sensitivity training with the rest of his staff.

"We don't want anything like this to happen again," Fullelove says. "We have a social responsibility."

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The "Happy 9-11" box Photo via Channel 13/ABC
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Petrol Station Photo by Chris N.