NYC Bodega Owner Stabs Man TO DEATH . . . Fight Over Allowing EBT Card To Buy A BAG OF CHIPS!!

Crime in New York City is through the roof. And now some shopkeepers are getting involved in the violence. Media Take Out learned that a man was stabbed to death in a confrontation with a man who worked at a Manhattan bodega.

Media Take Out looked at multiple social media reports stating that the whole fatal incident was sparked after the bodega owner refused to allow a woman to buy chips with an EBT card.

Reports say the woman left the store and came back with her boyfriend, and then things went downhill.

According to surveillance video leaked online and verified by Media Take Out, the Manhattan bodega employee appears to have stabbed a customer after the angry man came around the counter and attacked him over a bag of chips.

The shocking video begins with a black male customer at a Harlem bodega climbing behind the counter and confronting the elderly bodega worker.

While the video is silent, it looks like the customer is yelling at the clerk and then shoving the older man onto the shelf.

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That was a bad idea.

After a few moments, the worker reaches into a secret compartment and pulls out a large knife – which he plunges into the younger man’s neck and chest. The young man quickly covered in blood, as the footage shows.

HERE’S THE VIDEO – WARNING CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT

Police were called and the victim was taken to Elmhurst Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
His companion sustained lacerations on her left arm in the scuffle and was taken to hospital in stable condition.

Police arrested the bodega owner and are holding him for murder.

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