Florida Man Stabs Brother Over Missing Mac and Cheese and Spilled Beer
When Randy Zipperer found that his mac and cheese was missing and his brother accidentally spilled his beer while helping him to look for the missing mac and cheese, Zipperer allegedly stabbed his brother in the stomach.
Randy Zipperer is a simple man. All he asks is that ya don't spill his beer and that ya never touch his mac and cheese.
Is that so hard?
Well, apparently, his brother thinks he's above those two rules. WELL, YA AIN'T.
The Volusia County Sheriff's Office says a witness who was at Zipperer's home saw the man get hella angry when his mac and cheese up and disappeared.
His brother then helped him look for the food when he spilled the beer.
The two brothers got into a fight over it all.
And that's when Randy Zipperer got caught in a glass case of emotion and lost his shit, allegedly stabbing his brother with a kitchen knife.
Cops found a small puncture wound in the stabbed Zipperer's stomach. The also found blood leading from the kitchen into the bedroom.
Apparently Zipperer tried to intervene in the investigation, but a stab wound and blood on the floor are two pretty pieces of evidence that there was a stabbing.
Randy Zipperer was then arrested on charges of aggravated battery and obstructing an officer without violence.
No word on what happened to the mac and cheese.
But whoever took it best give it back, iffin' they know what's good for 'em!
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