A manager at the Detroit Zoo filed a federal lawsuit Friday alleging he was fired for refusing to open concession stands after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer banned large gatherings of people amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Defendant in bad-faith, wrongfully, maliciously, and intentionally terminated (Romines’) employment in violation of the public policy of the state of Michigan, causing him to be humiliated in the process,” David Nacht, wrote in the lawsuit.

Read the full article by Robert Snell in The Detroit News, “Detroit Zoo manager sues after refusing to open concessions during outbreak”.