Man Stabbed in São Paulo Subway Car After Argument

At the police station, the suspect admitted to injuring the victim after an argument, police say. He was indicted for attempted murder.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - A 27-year-old man was stabbed in a subway car after arguing with another 32-year-old passenger on Wednesday evening, October 7th, at Tatuapé station, on the 3-red line (east side of São Paulo). The victim remained hospitalized until the publication of this report, according to the police. His state of health was not reported.

Footage taken with a cell phone shows a security guard at the station immobilizing the suspect, lying on the floor of the boarding platform. The victim, on the parallel platform, is seen shirtless and bleeding.

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