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US Restaurant Employee Fires At Customer Over Missing Fries

  • A Jack-in-the-Box employee in Houston shot at a family because of an issue with their order, specifically curly fries. The incident occurred at the drive-thru window, where the employee threw ice and condiments before firing at least twice at the family.
  • The family was targeted by the employee's actions, which escalated from throwing ice and condiments to actually shooting at them. The incident took place at a Jack-in-the-Box drive-thru window in Houston. The motivation for the employee's aggression was reportedly a dispute over curly fries in the family's order.
  • The employee's violent response to the dispute over curly fries resulted in shots being fired at the family. The incident unfolded at a Jack-in-the-Box drive-thru window in Houston, where the employee initially threw ice and condiments before resorting to gunfire.
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