Police and witnesses claimed that a man was attacked by two armed robbers while dining at a Manhattan Chinese restaurant on Wednesday night.
Police said that the chaotic scene outside Philippe Chow, East 60th Street, near Madison Avenue, began when two male suspects approached and robbed a man in his 31-year-old diner at around 10:10 p.m.
According to cops, the duo used a gun to target a 28-year old man who was sitting nearby. He was then shot in the leg while he tried to fight with the suspects.
According to police sources, the victim of the gunshot was transported to Weill Cornell Medical Center. He is expected to survive.
A restaurant hostess witnessed the chaos and reported that the victim of the robbery was killed after he refused to comply with the suspects.
The woman stated that the man said he was not going to give him his watch. “They shot him once.”
“It was open to all. They pulled out the gun when he refused to say no. She said, “It’s absolutely frightening.”
They fled in a Mercedes light blue. There were no arrests immediately.
October 2018: Tekashi 6ix9ine’s bodyguard was shot in the stomach at the same restaurant after a fight.
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