Taco Bell Fires 64 Year Old Grandmother Who Once Took A Bullet In A Robbery

Taco Bell Fires 64 Year Old Grandmother Who Once Took A Bullet In A Robbery

Winnie Shilson has worked for Taco Bell for 30 years. She has been robbed at gun point twice, and 9 years ago she took a bullet in the leg when a robber started shooting the Taco Bell’s safe. Winnie was fired recently, after two negative performance reviews. She’s convinced that Taco Bell wanted to rid themselves of her $45,000 a year salary.

“I bawled for three days after I got fired,” she says. “I was the most loyal, dedicated employee they could have. In 30 years, I never called in sick or was late to work. Not once! And I was good at my job. Damn good.”

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, chronicling the connection between crime and fast food since, uh, last month:

Customer Shoots Wendy's Manager Over Packets Of Chili Sauce

Customer Shoots Wendy's Manager Over Packets Of Chili Sauce

Police said a man in the drive-through argued with an employee because he wanted more packets of the condiment. The worker told the customer that restaurant policy prohibited a customer from getting more than three packets.

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Lee County sheriff’s deputies are searching for a robbery suspect who held a man up at gunpoint last week in a Burger King parking lot, then ditched the gun in a toilet tank in another restaurant, authorities said.