... for calling the cops about a customer who appeared too drunk and attempted to drive away.
"There was no cab, I couldn't give him a ride home and I was working," bartender Twyla DeVito said.
So she called police, who found the customer driving with a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit, according to Shelby Police Chief Charles Roub. Two days later, her boss called and fired her, saying she was "bad for business."
According to the Ohio Department of Public Safety, there is not a law that requires a bartender to report a drunk driver.