Customer Shoots Wendy's Manager Over Packets Of Chili Sauce

Did you know that Wendy’s had a policy limiting each customer to only 3 packets of “chili sauce.” We certainly didn’t. Sadly for one Wendy’s manager an argument over the policy escalated into a shooting. From WMUR:

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.

The customer demanded 10 and got them. Police say the man then asked for even more and the manager came out to talk to him.

Miami-Dade police spokeswoman Mary Walter said that’s when the manager was shot several times in the arm, but didn’t suffer serious injury.

The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police are still searching for the chili sauce shooter, who drove off with a woman in his car.

Not that it’s cool to be shooting people, but maybe they should rethink that sauce packet policy… at least in Miami. —MEGHANN MARCO

Man Shoots Wendy’s Manager Over Chili Sauce [WMUR] (Thanks, Lee!)
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