Chipotle Worker in Southfield Shot and Wounded in Dispute Over Guacamole

April 05, 2024, 11:42 PM


Yes, you read that right: Guacamole.

A Chipotle worker on Evergreen Road in Southfield was shot in the leg by a customer Friday around 6:50 p.m. after an argument ensued over guacamole, Fox 2 reports.

The 21-year-old employee is in stable condition and was treated for a non-life threatening wound. 

"I was just eating a bowl and I heard shouting. And then I looked over, they're arguing. One of the workers went to the back, I don't know why, and then when he was in the back, the customer walked around the counter, tried to grab his food and put it in a bag," witness Thomas Huber told Fox 2.  "Then the employee came back, and they started fighting, and then we heard a gunshot and just ran out as quick as we could."

The 31-year-old suspected shooter from Detroit was arrested shortly after fleeing the scene.

Read more:  Fox 2

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