This Man Beat His Friend to Death Over Poor Barbecuing Techniques

And more shocking stories from today.

Photo: Jacksonville.com, Daniel Krieger

Photo: Jacksonville.com, Daniel Krieger

According to The Huffington Post, 35-year-old Alvin Kenneth “Chico” Welch Jr. is accused of beating Joshua Andrew Heinz to death with a baseball bat after they disagreed on carving techniques.

“The incident happened last Saturday night at a football watching party at Heinz’ house in Jacksonville, Fla.

Welch was cutting meat for a take-home plate when he started arguing with Heinz over the proper way to slice it…The argument got out of hand and Welch allegedly hit Heinz, 31, with the bat.”

If that isn’t dramatic enough for you, check out some more cool stuff we loved from today:

19 people eating edible Play Dough for the first time. [Gizmodo]

Check out this awesome interview with Nobu Matsuhisa. [Eater NY]

Why you should try a breaded steak sandwich today. [NPR]

This man beat his friend to death over poor barbecuing techniques. [Huffington Post]

Apparently, Alexander the Great was killed by toxic wine. [Times of India]

  • lordhelmet

    “Man”? That’s a generous description to say the least….

  • Konrad_K_Kay

    Actually by black people’s standards, this was a very good reason to murder someone. Usually they do it for a crack rock or because the other person was wearing the wrong color that day.

    Hmm, perhaps the real motivation is that Ooker #2 was extra ‘hongry’ and decided to tenderize Ooker #1 before bar-b-queing him.

  • Jenkem Huffington

    Come now. I’m sure there’s not a one of you white folks that haven’t been forced to bludgeon to death one of your friends over a disagreement in cooking techniques. After all, they’re just like us with a different paintjob. I know it’s true because the media tells me so.

  • Shistang

    There are basic rules of etiquette at an African-American cookout that white folks simply can’t understand. It all depends on whose food stamps bought the meat, and/or who stole the barbeque grill. A breach of these rules is serious business, necessitating the appearance of knives, guns, and bludgeons. Emily Post has covered this extensively.

  • filthy frank

    It would make more sense if his friend was Vegan….

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