An unnamed 36-year-old Atlanta man was arrested after he allegedly shot two Subway sandwich shop employees, killing one, after he complained that they had put too much mayonnaise on the sandwich he ordered, WAGA Fox 5 in Atlanta reports.
The assailant killed a 26-year-old female employee and wounded a 24-year-old woman at the shop Sunday evening. The wounded employee’s 5-year-old son happened to be at the shop at the time of the shootings, but he was unharmed.
A good guy with a guy–in this case, the manager on duty of the Subway–returned fire but failed to hit the shooter. “I don’t know what the world is coming to especially with our youth. They seem to be so hot headed,” the owner of the Subway, franchisee Willie Glenn, said. “Everybody wants to carry a gun. Everybody wants to scare somebody with a gun. It’s scary out here.”
Georgia passed a law in April 2022 that allows any person to carry handguns openly or concealed in most public spaces without any permit required, meaning police could not question the mayo haters about why he was carrying a weapon into the Subway shop prior to him shooting people, whether he was legally permitted to carry the gun or not.