A Herrington, KS, police officer has resigned after an investigation revealed he fabricated the story that a local McDonald's served him a coffee cup with the words "f-ing pig" on it," Chief Brian Hornaday said in a news conference Monday. (Photo: Brian and Kelley Hornaday via Facebook) -

A Herrington, KS, police officer has resigned after an investigation revealed he fabricated the story that a local McDonald's served him a coffee cup with the words "f-ing pig" on it," Chief Brian Hornaday said in a news conference Monday. (Photo: Brian and Kelley Hornaday via Facebook)

A Kansas police chief who called out a local McDonald's -- after one of his officers claimed he was served a cup of coffee with a vulgar and insulting message attached -- said Monday the officer has resigned after fabricating the incident.

Herington Police Chief Brian Hornaday confirmed the unnamed officer made up the story about being given a coffee cup with "F-----g pig" written on it. Hornaday said the officer told him the incident was “meant to be a joke.”

"This was completely and solely fabricated by a Herington police officer who is no longer with our agency," Hornaday said during a Monday news conference.

Hornaday also said the unnamed officer was 23 and had been with the department for just two months. He called the incident a "black-eye for law enforcement" and said no criminal charges were expected to be filed, Fox News reports.

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