This is Snoofy being Snoofy.
I see people kicked out all the time.... In a discussion about police officers being asked to leave an establishment.
In 35 years I've never seen someone kicked out of a place
Now of course people are asked to leave businesses sometimes... across 50 states and 35 years, it has happened. In lower socio-economic neighborhoods, probably more. This discussion is about a Starbucks in a decent neighborhood though, where on a daily basis, across the country NO ONE is asked to leave.
So of course Snoofy does his go to move, he makes a poor analogy, or extreme example:
"Really. You've never seen a junkie in the bathroom for 20 minutes get kicked out?"
To be honest I can't tell what this one is, it might even be the rare combination of the extreme example via poor analogy.
You see normal rational people who've been in stores and shops their whole lives, and go virtually every day almost never see someone asked to leave and can identify that a drug addict in the bathroom is not a good example as they aren't acting as a normal customer, in a normal fashion, for how one should act in the establishment.
So Snoofy when we read your statement it really comes across as comparing a druggie in the bathroom to an officer in the coffee shop. I'm sure you didn't mean it that way, but it reads like that because you suck at analogies and examples.