Burger King Customer Angry With Wait Time, Shoots Through Drive-Thru Window

Security footage from a fast food join in Memphis, Tennessee shows a woman leaning through the drive-thru window with her gun drawn/

The shoot happened last Tuesday at the Burger King and police ended up posting to Facebook about the incident on last Friday. The Burger King staff fled from the gun fire through a back door and were uninjured and there have been no arrests made yet while the investigation is ongoing.

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When officers made it to the scene after the incident, they were advised that a female customer became angry regarding the wait time to be served at the drive-thru window.

‘The female got out of the front passenger seat of a mid-sized, four-door, gray sedan and approached the drive-thru window,” according to Daily Mail, from a police statement.

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Burger King told Memphis Fox13, “We do not tolerate or condone violence of any kind at our restaurants because the safety of our team members and guests is our top priority. Fortunately, no one in the restaurant was injured during this incident. The restaurant operator is fully cooperating with authorities on their ongoing investigation.”

Police ask anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 528-CASH. They say called will be given a secret ID number with their identification anonymous.

You can also submit your tip at http://www.crimestopmem.org for a cash reward of up to $1000.

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