Twisted St. Louis coffee shop owners think it’s fun to write ‘F**k The Police’ on their cups

In what amounts to little more than a twisted publicity stunt, a St. Louis coffee shop is writing “FTP” on coffee cups — the initials are said to stand for “F*** the Police.”

The good news is, it’s unlikely law enforcement patronizes the radical left-wing establishment.

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The apparent stunt took place at MoKaBe’s Coffeehouse, just a few miles south of Ferguson, after a report over the weekend of a Dunkin Donuts employee writing “Black Lives Matter” on a cup of coffee given to a police officer.

And when the inevitable fallout occurred, MoKaBe’s posted a snide response on social media:

But no effort was made to hide the act, as this photo was posted on social media on Tuesday:

Turns out, the coffee shop served as a safe haven of sorts for Black Lives Matter activist Deray McKesson and others as the riots took place after a Ferguson grand jury cleared former officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown:

H/T Gateway Pundit

These photos are posted on a Facebook page set up for MoKaBe’s Coffeehouse:

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