Subway customer shoots employee when sandwich “had too much mayonnaise”

Police are investigating after a Subway customer fatally shot an employee for putting “too much mayonnaise on his sandwich.”

The shocking incident happened in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on Sunday, June 26, shortly after 6:30 p.m.

Police rushed to the scene to find a 26-year-old woman dead and a 24-year-old seriously injured. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where they remain.

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A 36-year-old man has since been arrested in connection with the incident. None of the three people involved has been formally identified by the police.

Subway branch owner Willie Glenn told Fox 5 Atlanta, “Believe it or not, there was too much mayonnaise on his sandwich.

A 36-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident

“He decided to escalate the situation and from there all hell broke loose.”

Glenn said the injured employee’s five-year-old son was on the subway at the time.

He also said the duty manager fired back but was unable to hit the shooter.

“I don’t know where the world is going, especially with our youngsters. They seem to have a cool head,” he continued.

“Everybody wants to carry a gun. Everybody wants to scare someone with a gun. It’s scary here.”

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Acting Police Chief Darin Schierbaum confirmed an argument led to the shocking incident.

He told WSB-TV: “An argument leads to someone picking up a gun and shooting that gun, leaving someone dead or someone seriously injured.

“We need people to talk about their differences, walk away and not take up arms.

“We can dismantle drug operations which breed violent crime, we can dismantle gang organizations which breed violent crime, we can arrest robbery teams which breed violent crime, we cannot arrest someone who is crazy because there’s too much mayonnaise on his sandwich.”


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