Some people read the word “fast food” literally.
Authorities in Tennessee are looking for a woman who allegedly shot through the through window of Burger King. Fortunately, it was reported that employees of this restaurant were able to escape through the back door without reports of injuries.
The Memphis Police Department posted information on the incident on Facebook on Tuesday, March 30, which took place in Burger King in Memphis. According to the post, no one has been arrested and the investigation is still ongoing.
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According to reports, witnesses said that the woman was frustrated by the long waiting time while driving. She allegedly got out of the vehicle and approached the window, where she began arguing with one of the workers.
According to reports, the woman then returned to her vehicle (not her driver) and retrieved the pistol. Authorities said she returned to the through car window, leaned in the restaurant, and fired several shots.
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The woman then returned to the car and drove away from the scene.
The Memphis police wrote on Facebook that the restaurant’s employees escaped the back door and were unharmed.
The Facebook post also included several images from security cameras that showed the woman leaning the window and pointing at the gun inside the restaurant.
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Memphis police wrote: “After arriving at the scene, the police officer was told that a female customer was angry about the waiting time in the through window. The female passenger walked out of the front passenger seat of a medium-sized bus. , A four-door gray car drove into the through window. A verbal argument between the female customer and the worker occurred. Video surveillance showed that the suspect retrieved the black pistol from the vehicle and put her upper body through the through window to the Burger King worker shot.”
The post continued: “The workers escaped from the gunfire and escaped through the back door of the enterprise without being injured. The suspect was driven by a man who was the driver of the gray car.”