How Did A Compliment Lead To A Stabbing?
Well, you can’t always have it your way at Burger King. A woman attacked a man at a Burger King in Broward County, Florida. How did a compliment lead to a stabbing?
Everyone likes compliments. It feels nice to hear. I’ve seen reactions over not receiving a compliment. However, I’ve never heard of someone attacking another person for receiving a compliment. At least, not until now.
Did A Compliment Lead To A Stabbing In Florida?
According to Local 10, the fight began inside the Burger King before continuing in the parking lot. Per an arrest report in the case, that’s where she stabbed the man.
Angela Wells was arrested by police after being accused of attacking a man in Sunrise and another woman in Pompano Beach, according to Local 10.
According to reports, Wells knew the victim at the Burger King. After striking him several times, she then used a boxcutter to stab him, according to Local 10 and the Sunrise Police Department’s arrest report.
That’s not where her story ends, however. Turns out, she has a pattern of this behavior. She did something similar not long before this incident at Burger King. There are definitely problems arising in the Kingdom!
Wells also had another incident in November. That time, she was at a Rocket Fuel gas station in Pompano Beach when she held up an 8-inch knife and threatened to stab a woman before hitting her with her Chevrolet Malibu, according to Local 10. A knife and her car? That’s a lot to avoid.
According to Local 10, the victim in that case told deputies that all she did was “compliment Wells for her hair piece.” After that, she was “in fear for her life,” per Local 10. Now, I’m left wondering if the compliment was legit or if it was sarcastic. Attacking someone over a compliment makes no sense at all! However, if it was in jest then that might have set her off.
Looking at her mugshot, I’m starting to think the compliment was a backhanded compliment or wasn’t sincere. Check out her mugshot here via Local 10.
Wells was booked at the main jail in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on December 4th after being arrested on a warrant.
According to Local 10, she is facing a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon for the case in Sunrise. For the case in Pompano Beach, she is charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and aggravated batter, according to Local 10.