This seems to be the weekend for food-related assaults. This Examiner article covers a mac and cheese disagreement that landed one man in jail and another injured.
The same holds true with this newest case, where an argument over dinnerware escalated Sunday night. Richland County Sheriff's deputies responded to the Lakeridge Parkway home of Edward William Bright, 47, after he got into an argument with his brother around 6 p.m..
The two apparently couldn't decide what type of dinnerware would be best appropriate for their evening meal.
Sergeant Curtis Wilson told Fox Carolina the argument turned physical, with Wilson stabbing his brother in the abdomen several times with a steak knife. According to WMBF News the injuries weren't life threatening.
Edward Bright was charged with second degree assault and battery and taken by Richland deputies to Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center. At the time of this article, Bright is still behind bars and no attorney is listed online for his case.