Don’t follow the queue: client Popeyes stabbed to death because of the super chicken sandwich

Client Popeyes delivered a fatal knife wound near one of the chain’s restaurants in Maryland due to the fact that he broke the queue for the super popular chicken sandwich.

The victim’s identity was established. They found 28-year-old Kevin Tyrell Davis of Oxon hill (MD), reported the press Secretary of the County police Prince George.

According to police chief Hank Stawinski, the victim went to a fast food diner on Livingston Road at about 19:00 on 4 November, where about three dozen people stood in line, many of them waited for the newly released chicken sandwich.

Then he broke the queue and collided with the suspect male. Between them began a dispute, which escalated to such an extent that the two left the restaurant. As a result, Davis was stabbed with a knife.

Tuesday, November 5, the County police Prince George published a photo of an unnamed suspect and asked the public to help identify him.

«People ask, how could something so meaningless, added Stawinski. — It’s pointless, it’s disrespectful, and so I’m asking for help from the community.»

The chief of police said that the knife was found at the scene, but the suspect is still at large.

Previously, we wrote about the resident of Chattanooga (tn), which demanded that fast food $5 thousand as moral damages for the fact that they stopped making the popular chicken sandwich.