Man Kills Subway Employee Over Dispute...Wait Until You See Why


Some people have no chill whatsoever. People have become so quick to anger and violence that it honestly makes the country a bad place.

People literally get upset over the smallest things. We see road rage incidents a lot more frequently and they are becoming increasingly violent where people are often times pulling guns on people.

If you think that's bad, wait until you read this:

After a shooting at a Subway restaurant in Atlanta, which was apparently prompted by the amount of mayonnaise on a sandwich, one employee is dead and another is injured.

A 36-year-old Georgia man was detained on Sunday after he allegedly opened fire inside the restaurant, leaving a 26-year-old female employee, dead and another employee, 24, badly injured, according to the local police. The incident also involved the injured employee's 5-year-old son who was there.

"We had a customer come in that was a little upset with how his sandwich was fixed," Willie Glenn, the owner of the restaurant, told 11Alive. "Believe it or not, it was over too much mayonnaise on his sandwich."

"He decided to escalate the situation and from there — that's when all hell broke loose,” he continued. "Because of what happened tonight, my partners and I are reevaluating whether or not we're going to continue to do this, in this neighborhood anyways."

"It just breaks my heart to know that someone has the audacity to point a weapon and shoot someone for as little as too much mayonnaise on a sandwich," he also told WSB-TV. "It's frustrating that we have a 26-year-old female who is no longer with us. It frustrates me that we had an individual with a firearm who decided that was the answer to resolve a conflict over a sandwich."

This is absolutely crazy, and about some mayo on a sandwich? A young girl is dead over some mayo.

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