Prison closed for man who stabbed customer at bar in Oise

Prison closed for man who stabbed customer at bar in Oise

The Brazza Café bar in Margny-lès-Compiègne (Oise) was at the center of a violent argument last weekend. (©Maps)

A court in Compiègne (Oise) tried this Thursday a man who stabbed a client of the Le Brazza Café bar in Margny-les-Compiegne, last weekend. The judge imposed the sentenceone year in prison, including a six-month suspended sentence. The stabbing perpetrator saw his punishment meted out at home using an electronic bracelet.

On Saturday, October 22, the two clients parted ways Comment he ran one of the two on horse racing bets while the other played them. The situation escalated after a misunderstanding about a glass lying on the bar. Who remained the owner of the beer alone? We’ll never know.

Argument “at the exit of the bar”

One of the two men then left the business. In the evening, he returned outside the Brazza Café, “waiting for another customer at the bar’s exit, at closing time,” the police explained.

Around 10:30 p.m., the altercation that started during the day continued with a vengeance. “I couldn’t calm him down, I wanted to intimidate him,” says the author of the stab wound. After pulling out a Swiss Army knife, he stabbed the other customer in the neck.

At the hospital, doctors found a 12-centimeter wound. The victims had to have 20 stitches in their necks.

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