Texas Men Fight Over Dallas Cowboys Game Which Leads To Double Stabbing
Two men in San Antonio got into a major argument over "Monday Night Football" this week, and both of them "pulled out knives and then stabbed each other multiple times."
Watch Party Gone Wrong
In a violent altercation that took place during the Monday Night Football game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Chargers, two men in their fifties were reportedly stabbed multiple times following an argument over noise.
The incident took place around 9:40 p.m. on the 3200 block of McArthur Avenue, located in San Antonio's Southwest Side, not far from the New Laredo Highway and Somerset Road.
How The Fight Escalated
As per the police report, the men were neighbors who engaged in a heated exchange, which escalated into physical violence. Both men pulled out knives and stabbed each other before emergency services arrived on the scene. One man was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center by ambulance while the other was transported to University Hospital. However, both are expected to survive their injuries.
The San Antonio Police Department is yet to determine the charges against the men. Responders from the San Antonio Fire Department, the San Antonio Police Department, and EMS arrived on the scene and began an investigation into the matter. The situation remains ongoing.