A witness to a shooting in a Detroit, Michigan, fast food restaurant says shots were fired because the business lacked fried mushrooms on its menu.
Fox2Detroit reports the incident began around 2:30 a.m., when a group of individuals came into a Nicky D’s Coney Island and asked for fried mushrooms. Upon being told that friend mushrooms were not available they left, only to return a short time later with a gun.
Shoots were fired and a customer in his 40s was hit in the face. He is in critical condition.
WXYZ interviewed a witness who explained how the female in the group became outraged over the lack of fried mushrooms:
Just got done speaking with someone inside the Coney Island during this mornings shooting. He says this started because Nicky D’s does not sell fried mushrooms. Info: https://t.co/Ir0nRiRqWu pic.twitter.com/tnaXkecBXX
— Ali Hoxie (@ali_hoxie) June 19, 2019
ClickonDetroit reports that the two males and the female fled the scene in a black Ford F-150.
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