Employee Killed At Atlanta Subway Over ‘Too Much Mayonnaise’ On Sandwich

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Employee Killed At Atlanta Subway Over ‘Too Much Mayonnaise’ On Sandwich” – below is their description.

An employee at a Subway in Atlanta, Georgia, was killed and another injured in a shooting over an apparent dispute about the amount of mayonnaise on the shooter’s sandwich, according to an owner of the store. WXIA’s Brittany Kleinpeter reports.

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