A Place to Hang His Hat: Man Walks Into Diner With Knife Stuck in His Chest

A man walks into a diner with a knife stuck in his chest and orders coffee . . .

No, this is not a lead up for a joke.

In Warren, Michigan, a52-year-old man walked into Bray’s diner with a 5-inch knife stuck in his chest and ordered coffee and complained about the weather. He then called 911 and asked for an ambulance.

For the full story, click here.

24 thoughts on “A Place to Hang His Hat: Man Walks Into Diner With Knife Stuck in His Chest”

  1. Fascinating Story Anonymously Yours,

    It’s been all over the news, should he stay or should he go now? If he stays there could be trouble, if he goes it could double.

    So come on AY and let me know, should he stay or should he go?

  2. lottakatz

    Thanks for the link.

    It’s a revolving door that I never understood. How could we not protect our southern border, especially since 9-11. I think it was a way to prop up the economy for Mexico and Central America. They came here during economic prosperity, no doubt worked hard, but then sent the money back home. With our recession now, the flow of illegal’s crossing the border has come to a slow crawl.

    Anonymously Yours
    Thanks bdaman for hijacking the thread.

    1, December 23, 2009 at 12:43 pm

    1, December 23, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    Yes I did add extra stuff, but I hope he’s o.k. too

  3. Professor,

    This is off topic. There is a case just decided by the Brazilian Court. They have the correct decision and even the adverse party has decided not to pursue an appeal. It is about an International Abduction case. The news is reporting it as a Child Custody Dispute. Thats all find and good when parties are in the same state and same country. You can still have abductions but it is usually a custody dispute. When you have one such as this it is an Abduction, regardless of what you call it.

    The other issues that occurred are nothing more than a congressional side show. One thing not mentioned is that Brazil wants a permanent seat in the UN, god knows why. I surely could not tell. If you look at it from a criminal stand point. Its called bribery, extortion, criminal enterprise. You name it, it probably happened. The end result is that the case involved initially an abduction. Then the abductor died and the grandparents wanted to keep there grandson in Brazil.

    link: http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/americas/12/22/brazil.custody.battle/index.html

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