Argument Over Beer Leads to Stabbing at Downtown White Castle
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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) – A man trying to impose the “No beer at White Castle” rule was stabbed for his trouble.
It began at the White Castle at 8th and S. Broadway just before 4 a.m. Tuesday, when a man walked into the restaurant with a beer.
When he was told that he’d have to get rid of the alcohol or leave, the suspect began “harassing” an employee. He then pulled out a knife and stabbed a 57-year-old customer in the head. The victim had come to the restaurant worker’s defense.
Authorities say the victim escaped with only minor injuries — meanwhile, the search for his attacker continues.