Florida man stabs brother over missing mac and cheese, spilled beer

Florida man stabs brother over missing mac and cheese, spilled beer

Jun 13, 2013

mugshot Florida man stabs brother over missing mac and cheese, spilled beer

It was just another night in Deltona, Florida, when 49-year-old Randy Zipperer was headed to the kitchen for a gooey serving of some macaroni and cheese to go with his lukewarm beer. But, as any civilized man would understand when his bowl of M&C goes missing, things had to get bloody.

I’ll let WKMG Local 6 in Orlando explain:

According to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, a witness said Zipperer was at his home on Danforth Avenue when he became upset because he couldn’t find his mac and cheese. His 47-year-old brother went to help look for the food and accidentally knocked over Zipperer’s beer, the witness told deputies.

The brothers then got into an argument and Zipperper got a knife from the kitchen and stabbed his brother in the stomach, deputies said.

The brother was found by authorities with a puncture in his stomach and was then taken to the hospital, and, according to the arrest report, Randy told officers that he promises to beat his brother again when he gets out of jail. The burning question still lingers as to the disappearance of M&C. Thus, I submit to you the only sound solution in this predicament:

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source: Broward Palm Beach New Times


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