A report said a football argument between a New York fan and a Philadelphia supporter turned deadly outside a popular cheese shop in the City of Brotherly Love.
The report said the beef escalated and mutated before fans pulled out their guns.
Pat’s general manager, Tom Francano, told the newspaper.
“One guy grabbed the other guy and pinned him down, and the other guy pulled out a gun and shot him in the body. It was one shot. The police arrived immediately,” he added.
The shooter fled, but was reportedly arrested by police outside the Independence Building in downtown.
According to reports, the unidentified victim, a 23-year-old man, was taken to a nearby hospital to die.
Pat’s was closed for several hours following a police investigation – but Philly’s headquarters was soon back up and running and customers lined up for the scammers hours later, the newspaper said.
“My employees are quite shaken,” owner Frank Olivieri said, according to the article.
“I don’t understand what goes through people’s minds. … It is a chaotic tragedy when anyone dies for nothing.”
https://nypost.com/2021/07/23/shooting-at-pats-steaks-in-philly-after-eagles-and-giants-fans-argue/ | Shooting at Pat’s Steaks in Philly after Eagles and Giants fans argue