A woman in Kentucky allegedly fired a weapon at KFC employees through the drive-thru window after they forgot her napkin and fork.

According to WLKY, the incident occurred on Oct. 28. The unnamed assailant fired a 9mm handgun through the window and left. Authorities have not released any information about the attack, however a photo of the damaged window was shared to Facebook.

"This happen at KFC early today some women got made over paper towels and a fork and shot a 9 mm at workers in Shelbyville to day," Steve Cook wrote on FB along with an image of the shattered window.

The store closed for the day shortly thereafter. KFC released a statement about the shooting, saying they were thankful no one was hurt and that they are cooperating with police.

"First and foremost we are grateful that no one was injured," they said. "We are working with local authorities as they investigate the incident."

While no one who witnessed the incident spoke to WLKY, the manager of a neighboring Subway did speak about the shooting. 

"I just can't even think about what was going through their head to pull out a gun and shoot a window. It's scary," Charlene Witt said, before revealing how she deals with enraged customers. "If someone comes in irate, just give them what they want. Just give them what they want and be done with it and get them out of the store as quick as you can."