McDonald’s cold fries shootout could have been avoided if the food was ‘hot’

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A bizarre shooting over cold fries at a McDonald’s in New York could have been avoided « if only they had given the lady hot fries ».

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Michael Morgan, 20, is accused of shooting a McDonald’s employee after his mother complained that his fries were cold.

The worker – Matthew Jeremiah Webb – clings to life in hospital after being shot multiple times on Monday.

Now, in addition to attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon in the McDonald’s incident, Morgan has been charged with felony murder on Oct. 21, 2020, cops said.

A man accused of shooting a McDonald's employee for cold fries.
A man accused of shooting a McDonald’s employee for cold fries. Photo by LISA FULMORE /Facebook

Morgan allegedly parked three bullets in Kevin Holloman not far from the now infamous McDonald’s.

The hothead apparently took umbrage on Monday after her mother, Lisa Fulmore, complained about cold fries and said workers were laughing at her. She called her son, who arrived minutes later and then allegedly shot Webb in the neck.

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Morgan’s girlfriend Camellia Dunlap, 18, has been charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon after she allegedly confessed to cops that she gave the gun to her boyfriend, law enforcement sources told the New York Post.

But for Dunlap’s grandmother, hot fries would have solved the whole problem.

A Washington woman is ready to give up fast food because an old McDonald's burger still looks the same as it did five years ago.
A McDonald’s sign. Photo by Yves Herman /Reuters files

“I think it would have been solved if someone had just given the lady hot fries and let her go,” Debra Dunlap told the Post. « It would have been resolved right there. »

She added: « Why were they laughing at her? Why didn’t they just give her hot fries? That’s why we go there to spend our money.

“She went back a second time for fries…and they gave her no more (hot) fries? Nobody walks into a restaurant wanting to eat cold when you pay your money. Give people what they ask for,” she added. « If I want hot fries, I want hot fries. »

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Debra Dunlap admitted Fulmore might have been wiser to call the cops instead of her career criminal son, but said the injured worker « should have minded his own business ».

“I hope the boy survives. I really do. I don’t wish death on anyone,” she said. « He (Morgan) wasn’t a good person. I tried to tell her to stay away from him but she didn’t listen…He’s really not a bad person. She just ran into the wrong one nobody.

Dunlap’s father, a Kenyan, saw his daughter’s predicament more harshly: « She has to learn her lesson. She is 18 years old. She doesn’t listen to me.

bhunter@postmedia.com

@HunterTOSun

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