Gas station shopkeeper accused of stabbing woman after she asked to reheat coffee

Gas station shopkeeper accused of stabbing woman after she asked to reheat coffee
Gas station shopkeeper accused of stabbing woman after she asked to reheat coffee

A worker at a gas station convenience store in Rishon Lezion has been accused of stabbing a woman after she complained the coffee he made for her was cold.

The incident happened on Monday, with police filing criminal charges on Thursday.

Security camera footage of the incident showed the woman complaining to the shopkeeper that the coffee he had made for her was cold. The two started arguing as the woman asked him to warm her up or make a new cup while the clerk refused. When the woman started asking him for his name and contact details, he threw the cup at her and chased her out of the store.

According to the charges, he then attacked the woman with a broken bottle and stabbed her.

The woman was taken to Wolfson Medical Center in Holon shortly after the incident in moderate condition.

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The suspect was arrested and identified by police as a Holon resident in his twenties. The police have asked that he remain in custody until the end of the legal proceedings.

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