A boy in the Bronx got a beating he did not expect. A woman chased him, slapped him and ultimately gave him a bloody nose in a bodega.
Trying to teach a youngster some manners should not deteriorate into a police investigation, but that is what happened to the 5th grader who was struck repeatedly by another customer.
Ten-year-old Mohammed Almontsire relived the August 19th attack.
"She slapped me two times, I punched one time," Mohammed said.
"Indescribable for a father to see your son chased and beat up," said Ibrahim Almontsire.
The slaps and punch occurred inside the family's deli on East 206th Street in the Bronx. Mohammed went in to pick up a bag he had left earlier, He says the lady ordered him to say thank you.
"I told the lady it's none of her own biz, she said she has better grandsons that respect her and have better manners," Mohammed says.
It got worse from here. WABC-TV in New York says the woman decided to teach him manners - with her hands and fist.
"The way she punches him around, he was very helpless," Ibrahim adds.
Mohammed said the woman also called him 'bad words'.
Police are looking for the older woman who was captured on the security cameras terrorizing the helpless boy.
The owner says that he did not recognize the woman as one of his regular customers. A person of interest who was with the suspect is described as approximately 25 to 30-years-old, last seen wearing a hat, a black t-shirt with a design on the front and a black t-shirt.
Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime
From Daily Mail:
A verbal altercation led to a brawl between two men at a Florida supermarket on Monday, police say.
Orlando police say a fistfight in the deli section of the Baldwin Park Publix actually began in the parking lot of the supermarket when a man and a pregnant woman argued over a parking space.
Edwin Colon, 46, told police that he was trying to pull into a parking spot, but the woman, who had been loading her child into a vehicle, left a shopping cart in the space, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Colon said he asked the woman to move the cart.
'The pregnant female then grabbed the cart and shook it and said to Colon, 'what do you want me to do with it?' according to the report.
Donna Bankstahl, who witnessed the argument, told WFTV that Colon was doing most of the yelling and so the woman called her husband.
Colon said he went into the store and was going to make a purchase at the deli when a man approached him saying he was the pregnant woman's husband, the report states, according to BayNews9.
According to the report, the woman's husband pushed his face into Colon's and Colon pushed him out of his way.
The fight ensued, with the man trying to put Colon into a headlock, the Sentinel reports.
A video of the incident uploaded to YouTube titled 'Brawl in the deli aisle' reportedly shows Colon fighting the man while shoppers look on.
Colon, in a gray shirt, is seen being thrown to the ground in the first few seconds of the video that has amassed more than 200,000 views since its upload on Monday.
A store worker is seen trying to mediate as a woman holding a child is seen trying to grab one of the men, before running out of the camera's view.
Colon is seen throwing the woman's husband, in a blue hooded sweatshirt, against the deli display case before a store worker manages to get between the two, ending the fight.
The man in the blue shirt is heard yelling at Colon, 'Are you f*cking out of your mind, dude? That's my pregnant wife, bro.
'You must be out of your mind. That's my nine-and-a-half months pregnant wife.'
Colon is heard repeatedly saying, 'you attacked me.'
The report states that the man and woman left the store and drove away, the Sentinel reports.
Publix spokesperson Dwaine Stevens told Bay News that the incident is still under investigation.
Police told WFTV that no injuries have been reported and no arrests have been made.
My three biggest problems from when I worked in a grocery store deli.
1) Order one item, then take off/talk on the phone. Since you are not around, I help another custy. Then you demand I stop since you were there first.
2) White American cheese. Everybody who ordered this made a point to comment that "Me/spouse/kids are allergic to yellow cheese." I don't care, and why are you telling me that?
3) Custys that couldn't reach up to the counter and wanted me to walk around to give them their food. But it was amazing that as soon as my back was turned, they would stand up to reach the free samples.
Don't you realize all that stainless steel makes it easy for me to know what you are doing?