Wendy’s Employee Reportedly Shot Over Argument About Extra Dipping Sauce
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An employee of Wendy in St. Louis was shot dead early Tuesday morning, reportedly after an argument with a customer over sauce dipping.
According to FOX2 of St. Louis, a man in a dark Nissan came through the drive at around 1am. He reportedly asked for additional dipping sauce and was refused, leading to an argument between the man and the staff. A 31-year-old male employee walked out the front door of Wendy's to confront the angry customer after pulling away from the windows. When the clerk turned to go back to the store, the customer shot him and slapped him in the arm and lower back.
All reports show that the injuries are not life threatening and the victim is expected to recover. Police are still looking for the attacker who sped away after the shooting.
A local reporter arrived on site in time to see emergency vehicles leaving with the victim. He shared a video of it on Twitter.
It is nowhere near the only time a drive thru order has become violent in recent times. A Florida man was arrested in August for allegedly shooting and killing a Burger King employee over a delay in eating. Also, in Kentucky, a woman shot at KFC employees through the drive-through window after being annoyed about a missing napkin and fork in her bag.
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