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Thug caught on video repeatedly stabbing Brooklyn deli customer — for staring

A man who walked into a Brooklyn deli late last month was caught on surveillance video repeatedly stabbing a customer he accused of staring at him, police on Wednesday
told the New York Daily News.

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Police said the attack took place in Metro Finest Deli on Schermerhorn St. near Bond St. in downtown Brooklyn just before midnight on June 29, the paper said.

imageImage source: New York Post video screenshot

A source told the Daily News the attacker told his victim, “Don’t stare at me again” and that they were strangers.

imageImage source: New York Post video screenshot

The attacker appeared to flick his right wrist before quickly stabbing the 33-year-old male victim’s shoulder and head, the paper said, adding that he finished his assault by kicking the victim on the floor.

imageImage source: New York Post video screenshot

The victim was taken to a hospital in stable condition, the Daily News said.

“It was crazy,” a deli worker told the paper.

imageImage source: New York City Police Department

The attacker — who was wearing matching teal Polo T-shirt and shorts — ran off and hasn’t been caught, the Daily News said, adding that those with information can confidentially call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

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