WATCH: Waitress Gets FIRED For Shooting Gun During Robbery – Was She RIGHT Or WRONG?

What would you do if three guys try to rob your workplace?

Not only did the 3 dine and dash, they threatened to shoot everyone in the restaurant if they didn’t get all the cash.

The waitress went to her car, got her gun and shot in the air to frighten off the robbers.

Heather “Shorty” Burkinshaw-Stanley learned Friday by phone that she was terminated from her job at Waffle House a day after the restaurant was robbed.

Three men ate a meal and then, instead of paying, gave the cashier a note warning everyone in the building would be shot if money in the cash register wasn’t handed over to the trio.

After they departed on foot, Stanley retrieved a gun from her own car in the parking lot and fired over the heads of the robbers.

“I wasn’t sure if they were coming back or not,” she said Friday afternoon following her dismissal. “I was in fear for my life, my co-workers’ lives, and I did what I thought was right.”
Read more: The Newnan Times-Herald

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Heather Burkinshaw-Stanley has started a GoFundMe page as she is the sole breadwinner for her family.

From her GoFundMe page:

Due to this action of firing a round safely in the air I have lost my job. I am a mother of three childern and have a disabled husband. Being the sole income, short term assistance would be welcomed to help make ends meet until I can secure another job. Any and all donations would be graciously appreiciated. Monies raised will be used to pay for heat and utilites. As well as any care that my family may require until I can find employment. I am actively seeking work.

Was she right or wrong to fire a warning shot?

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