Yesterday at 7:00PM., a 30-year-old man approached a ticket window in a train station of a northeastern city of Shenyang with his identification card and money, ready to buy a ticket and ignore the long line of people queuing behind him in the process.
Fortunately, his attempt was foiled by the 40-year-old man next in line, who refused to let him jump the queue. The two began to quarrel, which quickly escalated when the would-be queue-cutter produced a knife and sliced his opponent’s right wrist.
The injured man is now in the hospital undergoing operation. Because of the copious blood spilled there is speculation the queue cutter’s knife hit an artery.
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