Brooklyn, New York – A 23-year-old McDonald’s worker has died after being shot in the neck over cold French fries.
The New York Post reported:
The Brooklyn McDonald’s worker who was shot in the neck in a spat over cold fries has died, cops announced Friday.
Matthew Webb, 23, “succumbed to his injuries” after he was shot Monday outside the Bedford-Stuyvesant fast-food restaurant where he worked, the NYPD said.
The attack “has been deemed a homicide,” the force said early Friday, stressing that “the investigation remains ongoing.”
Michael Morgan, 20, has already been charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a loaded firearm for blasting Webb in anger at his mom getting served cold fries.
He is expected to face upgraded homicide charges, prosecutors told a court hearing Thursday, even before Webb’s death was confirmed.
According to the New York Post, a disgruntled customer began harassing the worker, Matthew Webb Monday night over her order of fries.
The angry customer was FaceTiming with her 20-year-old son as she argued with Matthew Webb over her cold fries, the New York Post reported.
The woman’s son showed up to the McDonald’s, got into an argument with Webb before shooting him in the neck.
shooting victim Matthew Webb
20-year-old Michael Morgan was taken into custody and is expected to face upgraded homicide charges.
After being taken into custody, Michael Morgan confessed to shooting Matthew Webb and also confessed to a 2020 homicide that took place a few blocks away from the McDonald’s!
Michael Morgan fatally shot 28-year-old Kevin Holloman in 2020, according to The Post.
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