NYC Man Reportedly Stabbed His Neighbor For Using A Loud Snowblower

Police say the suspect has a history of not liking loud noises.

Someone really didn’t like this week’s snowstorm.

A New York City man reportedly beat and stabbed his neighbor after the attacker got annoyed by the sound of his victim’s loud snowblower, police told The New York Daily News.

Teymuraz Adzhiashvili allegedly walked right up to neighbor Ryan Chin as he was blowing snow on Tuesday afternoon and punched him in the face, as well as stabbed him in the chest and butt, police said.

Chin, 46, starting yelling immediately, getting the attention of a neighbor, the Daily News reported.

“Why did you hit me?” the neighbor reportedly heard Chin say. “I saw him all bloody. He told me the guy next door basically bum-rushed him and started beating on him.”

Chin was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for his injuries.

Police claim that Adzhiashvili is bipolar and is often set off by loud noises. They also say that because of this, Chin has been cautious around him in the past.

Police are reportedly still searching for Adzhiashvili to arrest him.

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