Skip to comments.Man stabbed in the buttocks over a beer
Posted on 10/06/2012 7:13:07 AM PDT by matt1234
SPOKANE -- Police are investigating a stabbing that happened near Third and Wall in Downtown Spokane.
They found a man at an apartment complex on Wall around 9:20 p.m. Friday. They got a call that he had been stabbed in the buttocks. Police said the 51-year-old man went to the hospital with a four inch deep gash. Police said he lost a lot of blood and was going in and out of consciousness before an ambulance arrived.
The victim told police he was stabbed by a white man wearing all black. Police said they did find a man fitting that description and questioned him. However, police have not said if that is the suspect.
Police said they do believe the attack may have been a robbery because the victim said the suspect took his beer.
“Hold muh beer, will ya? Em’s fightin’ words!”
What a pain in the ...
I suspect more than a beer (a woman for example) was the reason for this incident.
Did the guy have a lot of blood on him? That should tell you one way or the other whether he was the perp.
Why would a guy be over a beer(was it a keg?)and then get stabbed. Sounds like an AGGIE thing
“Stabbed by a White man”.... Damn them Washington State White liberals who don’t want to buy their own beer...
“I don’t always drink beer, but when I do I’ll stab you in the ass.”
Are you ready for soe BUTTWISER!
The thief took the beer, but the victim got it in the end.
“Wearing all black”....Did he carve a “Z” in the guy’s behind? I’ll bet it was BEER ZORRO.
A man in all black went on the attack and stabbed a man near his crack...all for his Modelo Negro
Not all black but dark enough to be the prime suspect.
“Man stabbed in the buttocks over a beer”
Why was his buttocks over a beer? This isn’t one of those Blade to the Bottom, Rapier to the Rump stories, is it?
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