When asked about incident, Perez said the Burger King workers were unapologetic.
"I showed the guy, and he just kind of laughed. There was no sorry, I'll fix it," Perez said.
The names of the two workers who handled the order were printed on the receipt. The restaurant's supervisor said he wasn't sure what happened and says the receipt number should have been where the profanity was printed.
Perez still ate the food, but said it's likely he would not return to that Burger King.