Massachusetts Baby Shower Turns Tragic As Two Guests Are Stabbed!

Sat, April 30, 2011 9:15am EST by 1 Comment

Two arrests were made in this bizarre crime — how sad!

The police are calling it a “baby shower that went awry” — and truer words have never been spoken!

Two people were stabbed in a Lawrence, Mass. apartment after a large baby shower on April 23, which drew between 50 and 100 guests, Fox News reports.

Police Chief John Romero says the fight was caused when a thrown bottle hit a guest. Said guest’s husband then drew a knife.

Unsurprisingly, alcohol was said to be a factor in the stabbings.

Although none of the injuries are life-threatening, two of the guests were arrested on charges of assault and battery.

Our biggest question — Why do people need to bring knives to baby showers?

– William Earl

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Posted at 9:08 PM on May 5, 2011  

The knives could have already been there- maybe for cutting food, or grabbed out of a drawer in the kitchen. Or maybe the hosts kept knives around, for their own safety, or a guest carried a knife for their own safety. That isn’t too unheard of. I, however, don’t understand why drinking must occur at a baby shower…or at kid’s parties, for that matter. If the guess of honor is UNABLE to drink (because of condition-like pregnancy or an illness; age; they’re a recovering alcoholic; etc.), drinking really shouldn’t be occurring. Just my opinion, anyway.

I’m glad that everyone, ESPECIALLY THE MOTHER-TO-BE and BABY, are expected to be fine. This could have been MUCH, MUCH WORSE!

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