Police supporters around the country are outraged after an employee at a St. Louis coffee shop was seen writing the letters "FTP" on to-go cups.

FTP stands for "F*** the Police."

Trace Gallagher reported on "The Kelly File" that this first came to the public’s attention when St. Louis Black Lives Matter activist “KayRay@RE_invent_ED” posted a photo on Twitter on Tuesday.

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Because of the tweet, the coffee shop, MoKaBe's, has been inundated with criticism from many who believe that they should keep their business and political views separate.

The St. Louis police union has not commented about the FTP cups.

MoKaBe’s mockingly responded to the controversy on Twitter:

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