Man Stabs Brother Over Missing Mac and Cheese

According to police, a man in Florida stabbed his brother during a dispute over some missing macaroni and cheese.

Edward Zipperer, 47, spilled a beer that belonged to his brother, Randy Zipperer, 49, while looking for the food item. The siblings then started to argue, and Randy eventually stabbed his younger brother.

The younger Zipperer sustained a small puncture wound. Police deputies were able to recover a bloody 6-inch knife.

Randy Zipperer told authorities that he did not intend to injure his brother; he only meant to “poke him a little with the knife.” He was charged with aggravated battery and remains in jail in Volusia County.

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