BROOKLYN MCDONALD’S WORKER DIES DAYS AFTER BEING SHOT IN THE NECK OVER COLD FRIES
The McDonald’s worker allegedly shot by a man whose mother complained about receiving cold French fries has died of his injuries, according to NYPD.
Matthew Webb, 23, of Queens, was shot Monday outside a McDonald’s restaurant in the city’s Brooklyn borough in an incident that the NYPD is now investigating as a homicide.
Michael Morgan, 20, rushed to the McDonald’s after hearing the argument on a FaceTime call with his mother, according to authorities.
Morgan and Webb became involved in a physical altercation outside the restaurant, police have said. During that fight, Morgan allegedly reached for a gun and shot Webb in the neck, according to officials.
Morgan, has been charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon.