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Annoyed Boyfriend Stabs Girlfriend Over What Pizza to Buy



Annoyed Boyfriend Stabs Girlfriend Over What Pizza to Buy

Keeping a relationship together is not easy, but if you are going to stab your girlfriend in the butt because you can’t agree on where to buy pizza, maybe it’s just not meant to be. 

Nathaniel Williams got into an argument with his girlfriend when he told her he wanted pizza at Pizza Hut, but she wanted Pizza Choice. 

At some point during the argument, which took place at the couples’ home in Cardiff, England, the woman went into the kitchen to get a drink when she felt a ‘small prick’ in her backside. 

When she felt blood in the area, she turned to Williams, who immediately became hysterical and repeatedly apologized to her. 

He asked her not to go to the hospital as he was afraid the police would get involved. She agreed, but later in the day, one of her friends came around and took her to the hospital after finding out what happened. 

Williams was later arrested and told to stay away from his girlfriend.

However, on December 4, he showed up standing at the foot of her bed in the middle of the night. 

She asked him to leave, but he refused so she went to her parents’ home. He followed her and was arrested but managed to break free from the handcuffs. Once his hands were free, he attacked Police Constable Ceri Barnes. 

Recorder John Philpotts reflects on the matter saying, “If it wasn’t so serious, it would almost be funny that you were arguing over where to buy a pizza, but that led to that young woman being stabbed. 

“You inflicted upon her a nasty wound with a knife and knives are always potentially serious weapons.”

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Williams was jailed for over a year and is not to contact the victim for five years. If they get back in touch, I hope it’s not over pizza!

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