Florida Man Drunkenly Stabs Friend with Medieval Sword for "Hogging TV"

Photo: Brevard County Sheriff's Office

A Florida man allegedly stabbed his friend with a sword during an argument of a TV remote.

54-year-old Christopher Glynn of Titusville was arrested after officers responded and found a victim with stab wounds on their arm and leg outside of an apartment. Glynn was found inside the apartment sitting on a couch next to a medieval-style sword. There, he admitted to stabbing the victim and "said he would have gutted him if he had better aim."

According to WRBW, the victim told officers that he and Glynn were drinking together when they got into an argument about Glynn "hogging the television remote." He says he called Glynn "selfish" at some point before he was stabbed.

The victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Glynn is being charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

Source: CrimeOnline.com

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