Man Stabbed To Death Over Not Saying ‘Thank You’
A man was reportedly stabbed to death after an argument ensued between the victim and the accused over not saying “thank you” for holding open a door in Brooklyn on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
The 37-year-old victim, whose identity has been withheld, reportedly held the door open for another customer, also not identified, who was walking into the 4th Avenue Tobacco Road Corp near President Street in Gowanus around 10:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
However, when the ill-mannered customer didn’t bother saying “thank you” as he made his way inside, the victim confronted him and asked him why he did not say thank you for the gesture, New York Post reported.
“Why don’t you say, ‘Thank you for opening the door’?” asked the victim, according to Kharef Alsaidi, an employee at the store.
“I didn’t tell you to open the door for me,” the suspect replied.
According to Alsaidi, the verbal dispute escalated into a physical fight outside the store with the door-holder punching the other man as he got on his e-bike to leave the establishment. The victim even allegedly taunted the man by asking him to stab him if he can.
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