A worker at a New York McDonald’s has died after a man allegedly shot him because the French fries his mother received were cold.
New York McDonald's worker dies after being shot in the neck after argument over food
A New York McDonald’s worker who was shot in the neck following an argument over food has died, police said on Friday.
Matthew Webb, 23, was working at a McDonald's in Brooklyn when he got into a verbal argument with a female customer, the New York City Police Department said.
The argument escalated and spilled out onto the street when the woman's 20 year old son ,got involved, according to police.
During the confrontation, the suspect, identified by police Friday as Michael Morgan, is alleged to have shot Webb in the neck.
Webb was taken to the nearby Brookdale Hospital in critical condition. Police said he died on Wednesday, and the incident has been deemed a homicide.
20 year old Morgan of Brooklyn, was arrested and charged with attempted murder and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon.