In keeping with sources, an worker of a McDonald’s in New York fired on chilly fries

The suspect who shot and killed a Brooklyn McDonald’s worker and left him clinging to life was arguing with him over cold French fries, a senior police source said Tuesday.

The 23-year-old victim, who is fighting for his life at Brookdale Hospital, died Monday around 7 p.m. was working at the fast food restaurant at 1531 Fulton St., Bedford-Stuyvesant, when a female customer began to bother her. fries, the source said.

The woman was FaceTiming her 20-year-old son, who was apparently nearby because the argument broke out, and he soon stormed into the restaurant and started fighting with the employee, the source said.

“The mother complained that her fries were cold,” said a police source.

“A mother and son were on FaceTime and he overheard an argument between her and the clerk. The son and the clerk had an argument inside, and he went outside.

The woman’s son then allegedly pulled out a gun and shot the employee in the head, police said.

A 23-year-old McDonald’s employee was shot in the head over a food dispute.
McDonald's employee shot dead in Brooklyn.  in 2022  Tuesday, August 2
Officers arrested a person of interest.
Paul Martinka

The shooting was caught on surveillance video, the source said.

Officials said the worker is in critical condition and a man in his 20s is in custody. No charges have been filed in this case.

Photos and footage of the aftermath show a man cradling the worker’s badly injured head as blood spills onto the pavement.

“I like to cry. Did you shoot someone on the fries? A witness told The Post on Tuesday.

A witness, who was at her local business at the time of the shooting, said: “We were sitting here.

“We heard a pop,” she said. “At first we thought it was a firecracker. I was afraid. That’s why I didn’t run to the scene. You don’t know who’s around.”

Later, “we all went outside. The boy was lying on the ground.

A local shop worker added that he heard “one shot”.

“I saw people running. I got scared and closed the door.

“Where does a 20-year-old get a gun?” – the man shook his head. “Fulton Street is the craziest street. It’s getting worse and the shooters are getting younger. They have lost their sense of direction.

“It says something when a mother is with a son who carries a gun.”

“All week I saw two policemen on the corner, but yesterday I didn’t see one. They should be in every corner every day.

McDonald's employee shot dead in Brooklyn.
The victim worked at a fast food restaurant at 1531 Fulton St. Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Paul Martinka

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