Update: Chipotle manager fired for refusing to serve a group of black customers has been offered her job back

The statement continued, “Our policy is to treat our customers and employees fairly and with respect at all times and under any circumstances. We will work with all our restaurant teams to ensure they are prepared to handle situations of this kind and know they have our full support. We are committed to doing the right thing and acting in a manner consistent with a thoughtful, fact-driven approach.”

Moran has not yet revealed whether or not she will be returning.

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So when a WHITE woman walks in you change your policy of ‘show us income before you get served’ ?????” Masud Ali tweeted.‘ data-reactid=”34″>“So when a WHITE woman walks in you change your policy of ‘show us income before you get served’ ?????” Masud Ali tweeted.

This is not how we treat our customers. We’re committed to treating everyone equally and with respect. The manager has been terminated and we are re-training everyone at the restaurant to ensure something like this doesn’t happen again. -Shaq

— Chipotle (@ChipotleTweets) November 17, 2018

The day after the video went up, Chipotle said on Twitter that the manager had been fired because “this is not how we treat out customers.” The company added that everyone at that branch would be retrained “to ensure something like this doesn’t happen again.”

But when people on Twitter shared screenshots of posts by Ali in which he talks about dining and dashing from Chipotle (that have reportedly been deleted), outrage ensued.

A GoFundMe set up for the manager, Dominique Moran, said she didn’t deserve to be fired and asked for money to help her get through the holidays. A Change.org petition with more than 1,000 signatures also called for her to get her job back.