CUSTOMER FATALLY SHOOTS WAITER AT RESTAURANT IN FRANCE AFTER WAITING TOO LONG FOR SANDWICH

A customer fatally shot a waiter at a restaurant near Paris after being forced to wait for a sandwich, according to reports. The employee was struck in the shoulder on Friday night and passed away at Le Mistral restaurant in the suburb of Noisy-le-Grand, according to BBC News. The suspect became...

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