By Tom Knighton
There are times in life when a person who carries a gun has to make a decision. Do you draw your weapon or don’t you?
The obvious times are when you’re faced with someone holding a weapon or while one person is being attacked. These are times when no one would think ill of you for drawing your weapon.
A dispute over condiments at a fast food place, however, is a different matter entirely.
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested a man accused of pointing a gun at the manager of a Marrero Popeyes during a dispute over condiments, according to authorities.
Earl Jethroe, 59, of Marrero walked into the Popeyes located at 7100 West Bank Expressway just after 3:30 p.m. Friday (Nov. 30) and ordered a meal from the fried chicken restaurant, said Capt. Jason Rivarde, spokesman for the department.
Jethroe apparently took issued with the condiments provided by employees, the report indicates. Jethroe’s arrest report makes no mention of reason for his sauce dissatisfaction – whether he hadn’t received enough or if he’d requested a different flavor.
But the manager allegedly refused Jethroe’s request to make amends for the perceived condiment shortcoming, according to JPSO. That’s when Jethroe threw …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms