Arguers Take Fight to the Mat—Filled With Legos: Cops

It happened in Maryland and man, does that sound painful
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 5, 2016 2:36 PM CST
Cops: Argument Turns Into Lego-Filled Brawl
Ouch.   (Getty Images)

As any parent can tell you, walking over Legos with bare feet can be excruciating—but how it feels to roll around in them requires further clarification. One person who may able to lend some insight: Jesse William Robert Jenkins, a 23-year-old Maryland man who was arrested Thursday after a scuffle involving several other people at a Tyaskin home, reports. Details are scarce, but police say an argument broke out, Jenkins hurled someone onto the ground, and then a third person stepped in to break things up, and that person and Jenkins ended up on the floor and rolling around on top of a bunch of tiny plastic bricks. Jenkins was charged with second-degree assault and reportedly suffered injuries, though it's not clear what those injuries were. (A father-son brawl over Legos.)

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