Fast food restaurant worker shoots gun at customer who COMPLAINED about lack of fries

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Video footage has captured the moment a fast-food worker shot a drive-thru customer allegedly during an argument over missing curly fries.

Anthony Ramos, from Florida, was in Houston, Texas, for work when he picked up his family from Bush Intercontinental Airport in March 2021.

How it happened

They swung by a Jack-in-the-Box restaurant near the airport to order a combo meal, Ramos claimed in a lawsuit filed last year.

The document says Ramos, his pregnant wife and his daughter, then six, confronted a staffer over the missing snack at about 11.30pm.

They asked employee Alonniea Fantasia Ford from inside their car (Ramos in the driver’s seat) to speak with the manager about the $12.99 meal.

The server then ‘began cursing at plaintiffs and yelling at them to, “get the f*** outta here!”‘ with video footage showing her brandishing a gun at about 12.15am.

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The assault

At some point during the argument, defendant Alonniea Fantasia Ford threw ketchup, ice, and other items at plaintiffs inside their car,’ the lawsuit added.

She then pointed the firearm at the family’s vehicle, firing at least two bullets at them with one shot grazing the rear of the car, the suit claimed.

The 23-minute-long video, obtained by Ramos’ lawyer through a discovery request, then purports to show Ford cleaning up.

Arrest

Ford was arrested after the shooting and charged with felony assault but reached a deal with prosecutors following a six-day stint in jail.

She pleaded guilty to misdemeanour deadly conduct, court documents show.

Ramos’ daughter is undergoing counselling due to the incident.

He sued Jack-in-the-Box last year, arguing that the fast-food joint was negligent for not keeping customers safe.

Houston attorney Randall Kallinen said in a press release yesterday, per KTRK: ‘Jack-in-the-Box needs to do a background check on employees so as not to expose their customers to someone who would attempt to kill them.

Ford is also named in the suit, which seeks ‘monetary judgment relief over $250,000 but not more than$1,000,000’.

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