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US man killed in dispute over not saying ‘thank you’

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A person was stabbed to demise within the US throughout an argument apparently over one man not saying ‘thank you’ to a different.

The deadly argument was caught on video inside and out of doors a store within the United State’s Brooklyn. (Representative picture)

A 37-year-old man was stabbed to demise throughout an argument apparently over one man not saying ‘thank you’ to a different at a smoke store in United State’s Brooklyn, reported CBS News.

The deadly argument was caught on video inside and out of doors the store on 4th Avenue in Park Slope.

The footage exhibits the start of the confrontation between a person in a white t-shirt, who wound up stabbed to demise, and a person carrying a backpack, presumably for a job delivering meals.

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Eyewitness and worker Kharef Alsaidi informed CBS, “It was just about not saying ‘thank you’ for opening the door for him.” Sharing extra particulars, Mr Alsaidi stated, “Why don’t you say, ‘Thank you for opening the door’?” To which the suspect responded, “I didn’t tell you to open the door for me.”

After a few moments of confrontation, things got physical and violent, and moved outside the store. The victim also dared the suspect to stab him. Moments later, the suspect grabbed a knife from his bicycle and stabbed the victim in the abdomen and neck.

Alsaidi said, “The victim started screaming, ‘He stabbed me, he stabbed me,” after which he stumbled again into the shop and was bleeding everywhere in the flooring.

The sufferer was taken to New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, the place he was declared lifeless. No arrests have been made thus far.

Alsaidi stated he tried to de-escalate the issue by telling the man, ‘Just put the knife away’.

“I did my best to de-escalate, but nothing worked,” he stated.

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