Lawd, have mercy! A Subway employee is dead after she was shot and killed by a customer who complained about too much mayonnaise on his sandwich.
It all happened on 74 Northside Drive in Atlanta, Georgia, Sunday around 7:15 p.m., when police responded to shots fired call. The owner of the Subway, Willie Glenn, told local reporters that the customer allegedly got upset over the amount of mayonnaise that was put on his sandwich, and that’s when things escalated. Two employees were shot by the customer, one did not survive.
Both employees were sisters and Glenn said they were committed to Subway.
The victim who died was 26-years-old and her sister who was also shot but survived was 24-years-old.
Glenn added that his store manager was armed with his own gun and attempted to stop the shooter, but his bullets did not hit the man and “it ended up as a wild shootout in the parking lot.”
Atlanta Police said they now have a suspect in custody after receiving a community tip.
Police said the suspect is a 36-year-old man but they would not release his name because it is still an ongoing investigation.
It’s not that serious. If you have too much of something on your food or you get something different than what you ordered, ask them to fix it. Now your life is about to be taken away from you over some damn mayonnaise.