A former Kentucky bank teller says she was fired from her job at U.S. Bank for telling customers to have a blessed day.

Polly Neace, who worked at U.S. Bank for nearly two-and-a-half decades, was on “Fox and Friends” to discuss her lawsuit.

Neace explained that in 2009, someone told her to have a blessed day, and she thought it was such a nice thing to say.


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“I mean, in my opinion, I don’t think there’s any better day to have than a blessed day,” she explained.

After wishing customers a blessed day for more than two years without complaint, Neace was told that she couldn’t say it anymore and was ultimately fired.

Neace also asked a customer not to take the lord’s name in vain, but she said that was unrelated and that the customer did not complain about her.


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U.S. Bank said in a statement, “At U.S. Bank, we hold our employees to high ethical standards when interacting with customers and co-workers, and take violations of these standards seriously. We believe that this lawsuit is without merit and believe the facts presented in future legal proceedings will justify our actions.”

Watch the interview above.