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Just-Released Video Shows Jack-in-the-Box Employee Firing at Customer Over Missing Curly Fries

HOUSTON, Texas – A recently released video reveals a Jack-in-the-Box employee shooting at a drive-thru customer, allegedly due to an argument over missing curly fries. According to a lawsuit filed by Houston attorney Randall Kallinen, the incident occurred in March 2021 near Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Anthony Ramos, a Florida resident in Houston for work, was at the drive-thru with his pregnant wife and 6-year-old daughter. The family ordered a combo meal for $12.99 but did not receive the curly fries, sparking an argument with employee Alonniea Fantasia Ford. The video shows Ford preparing a gun minutes into the dispute, throwing ice and condiments, and firing at least twice at the family.

Kallinen, in a press release, stated, “Jack-in-the-Box needs to do a background check on employees so as not to expose their customers to someone who would attempt to kill them.” The lawsuit, filed in 2022, alleges that the restaurant was negligent in not ensuring customer safety.

In its initial response, Jack-in-the-Box denied all allegations, stating it has “no control” and is “not legally responsible” for the actions of third parties like Ford.

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