Thanksgiving is famous for drunken fights among family members simmering with resentments over failed marriages, political disagreements, or self indulgent slide shows, but rarely is any blood spilled because everyone is usually passed out by 5 p.m. from a combination of tryptophan and red wine. Sadly, intoxicating turkey chemicals and alcoholism weren’t enough to temper the rage of Angel Rosario, a local Sheepshead Bay man, who stabbed a fellow party guest for being far too noisy, according to a report in the New York Post.
The victim was attending a Thanksgiving party at a mutual friend’s Nostrand Ave apartment and raised Rosario’s ire for being loud. The two had a fight, and when the allegedly noisy victim left, Rosario followed him and stabbed him with a long knife at 1:35 a.m.
The victim was rushed to Lutheran Hospital where he underwent colon and stomach surgery. Rosario was arrested the next day and was charged with assault, criminal possession of a weapon, and menacing and harassment.