Dallas Cowboys ‘Noise’ Leads To 2 Texas Men St*bbing One Another

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Two San Antonio men reportedly stabbed each other over an argument during Monday night’s Dallas Cowboys-Los Angeles Chargers game, leading to both going to the hospital.

The Dallas Cowboys got into a pregame scuffle with the Los Angeles Chargers before Monday night’s contest, but that pales in comparison to what some of their fans were up to back here in Texas.

San Antonio police told local station KSAT that two men, neighbors in their 50s, stabbed each other multiple times during the game due to an argument over noise. The “suspect,” 52, was stabbed in the forehead and “upper extremities,” while the other man, 51, was stabbed in the back and “upper and lower extremities,” per the Charlotte Observer. The altercation reportedly took place at around 9:40 p.m. local time in the southwest side of the city.

Both men were taken to local hospitals, with one going to Brooke Army Medical Center and the other going to University Hospital. According to KSAT, both are in stable condition and expected to make full recoveries.

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The San Antonio Police Department said that it has not yet determined what charges each man will face. The names of both men also have not been released.  Fans getting into fights has been an unfortunate trend this season. New fights seem to break out at games each week, and a fan even passed away after a fight during the Miami Dolphins-New England Patriots game in Week 2.

Even in Monday’s game, a huge brawl broke out between Cowboys and Chargers fans on the concourse. That said, fans fighting, let alone stabbing each other, at home seems to be much rarer, thankfully.  The Cowboys narrowly defeated the Chargers 20-17 on Monday night, earning a much-needed bounce-back win.


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