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A Black man in North Carolina is suing Whole Foods for alleged racial profiling after he said a store manager asked him to pay for his meal before he ate but did not approach any White customers about the same issue.
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Joshua Brown said the incident happened in 2017 at a Whole Foods in Charlotte, the Charlotte Observer reported. Brown's suit claims store manager Tim Burroughs broke store policy by asking Brown to pay for his meal before eating when Whole Foods allows customers to eat and then pay for their meal when they check out with their grocery items, according to the Charlotte Observer.
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Brown says Burroughs called 911, and two law enforcement officers told him to pay "in a provoking manner," according to the filing cited by the Charlotte Observer. Brown claims Whole Foods treated him in an "irrational and discriminatory" manner.