Woman stabbed customer in Broadway restaurant, New York

A woman dining at Ruth’s Chris Steak House restaurant in Manhattan stabbed a customer in the chest after becoming enraged over her argument with an employee last night, the police said.

The 24-year-old man began an argument with a worker at the upscale steakhouse located in Midtown Manhattan, broadway tourist area, yesterday just after 10 p.m., and made such a scene that disturbed diners sitting at nearby tables, including two women sitting together, according to police.

One of the ladies got up, approached the combative man and stabbed him, the police said. Later she and her friend fled on foot, heading east on West 51st Street.

The injured man was taken to a hospital in stable condition. Police were searching for the alleged attacker, who was described as black, with a light complexion and dressed in black overalls.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House did not respond to calls from the New York Post Yesterday. In a similar case, on Thursday a 29-year-old man got out of a car, went into a warehouse and stabbed a 21-year-old man who had a gun, in The Bronx. The wounded man got out and opened fire on the Lexus car where his attacker was fleeing. Two detectives fired at the young gunman, wounding him. He was taken to NYC Health + Hospitals / Jacobi, where he died.

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