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Restaurant Employee Shot Dead After Asking Customer Not To Smoke

A Waffle House waitress paid the ultimate price for one man's smoking habit.
Restaurant Employee Shot Dead After Asking Customer Not To Smoke

This might be taking personal liberties just a little bit too far, but don't tell the Second Amendment zealots that.

Around 1 a.m. Friday morning, officials say 45-year-old Johnny Max Mount walked into a Biloxi Waffle House on Hwy. 90, near the Coast Coliseum. As other customers dined, Mount reportedly argued with a Waffle House employee, identified by a restaurant spokesperson only as "Julie", who told Mount he couldn't smoke inside the establishment.

Following the argument, police say Mount pulled a 9 mm handgun from underneath his shirt, and shot the employee in the head.

Everything changes when a gun is introduced onto the scene. I'll bet you he even had a permit for that weapon. I'll bet he was entitled to swagger with it anywhere.

But he wasn't entitled to shoot someone for enforcing a non-smoking policy inside of a private business, no matter how legal that weapon was.

Yet he felt entitled, because that is what these gun-worshipping ammosexuals are conditioned to feel.

It's disgusting. I really, really hate the NRA.

Watch the report below, via WLOX:

WLOX.com - The News for South Mississippi


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