Arby's Manager Arrested
An Arby's manager has been charged with first-degree murder. Here is a general view of the atmosphere during the FYC event for FX's "Baskets" at Arby's on May 29, 2018 in Los Angeles. Rich Fury/Getty Images

An Arby's manager was fed up with a customer during her shift at a Tulsa, Oklahoma, location, and ended up killing him after he spitting on her during an earlier altercation.

Deionna Young, 25, has been charged with first-degree murder and is being held without bond. She is accused of shooting Desean Tallent, 25, in the torso, after he threatened her, reports Fox.

According to police, Tallent and Young got into an altercation on Saturday evening about an hour prior to the shooting. After the initial altercation, Tallent returned to Arby's at which point Young went to her car and followed the victim before allegedly shooting him once in his SUV with a .45-caliber handgun, which she did not have a license for.

Afterward, Young reportedly returned to her job. Tallent managed to keep driving before crashing into a Walmart. He was then taken to a hospital, where he died from his injury.

This is not the first time an altercation has turned violent at a fast food chain. Earlier this year, a brawl ensued at a Taco Bell after a customer complained about his order not being prepared in a timely manner. Bryan Reese was allegedly assaulted by six employees in the late evening on Feb. 24 at a Philadelphia location, reports ABC6.

After a series of complaints, employees jumped over the counter and followed Reese outside, where his girlfriend was waiting and proceeded to attack them both. A video of the incident was released, and the six people involved were later fired by the fast food chain.