One Jack-in-the-Box employee got wound up a little too tight when dealing with an angry drive-thru customer — whipping out her gun … and firing as the customer fled.
This INSANE footage just surfaced as part of an ongoing lawsuit that a man named Anthony Ramos filed against the fast food chain — all over a 2021 incident that Ramos says was caught on video showing a JITB worker firing bullets after she and Ramos got into it over curly fries.
Essentially … Ramos says he and his family — including his pregnant wife and young daughter — swung by a Houston-area Jack-in-the-Box in March ’21 and ordered a combo meal to go, but when he told the employees he was missing items, things escalated.
The back-and-forth arguing got so intense that Ramos apparently started to chuck some of the food back at the JITB drive-thru crew — which spurred employee Alonniea Fantasia Ford to head back into the recesses of the restaurant … only to return with a pistol in hand.
The surveillance footage Ramos and his legal team obtained in discovery seems to show Ford shooting at least a couple times at Ramos/his car — which speeds away.
Luckily, it doesn’t sound like anyone was hurt — but Ramos and co. are now going after the Jack-in-the-Box … alleging they were negligent in hiring Ford.
Ford’s also reportedly being sued and was reportedly arrested over this as well — and apparently copped a plea to a deadly conduct charge and already served her sentence. Ramos is seeking at least $250k in damages … JITB hasn’t responded to this clip yet.
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