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Philadelphia cheesesteak shop owner stabbed by employee


A Philadelphia cheesesteak shop operator who was stabbed in the neck by an personnel in a caught-on-digital camera attack states he did not even know the knife was however lodged in him.

Steve Mullan was attacked by 43-year-outdated worker Sean Walklett in the kitchen of Leo’s Steak Shop final Friday.

Surveillance video obtained by NBC10 allegedly displays Walklett lunging at his manager from driving and thrusting a 10-inch knife into his neck.

With the knife still poking out from his neck, Mullan could be found fighting again versus his staff.

As Mullan regularly threw punches, his son grabbed two knives and tried to ward off the personnel, the footage displays.

Right after the assault, the store proprietor reported his son advised him: “Dad, you have a knife in your neck … Really don’t pull it out.”

The knife was even now lodged in Steve Mullan’s neck following the attack.
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The knife pierced by a single facet of Mullan’s neck and arrived out the other.

“It was a vibration like I was remaining electrocuted … Like I touched a live wire,” Mullan stated of the stabbing.

A law enforcement officer who was directing traffic on the avenue exterior the retail outlet responded and experienced to taser Walklett right before he could be taken into custody.

Steve Mullan, owner of Leo’s Steak Shop in Folcroft, was stabbed in the neck
Steve Mullan’s son grabbed two knives to protect him as the attack was ongoing.
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Walklett, who experienced labored at the keep for a 12 months, has been charged with tried murder, aggravated assault and a slew of other expenses about the assault.

Law enforcement have not exposed a motive for the stabbing but Mullan mentioned he believes mental wellbeing concerns played a position.

Walklett’s bail has been established at $950,000.

Leo’s Steak Shop in Folcroft
Sean Walklett experienced worked at Leo’s Steak Store for a 12 months.
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