Guy Stabs Parents After an Argument About His Unemployment

A Jefferson County man beat and stabbed his parents after a fight about his unemployment became violent. Let that be a lesson to the rest of you parents! If your weird-looking 30-something kid with beady little eyes starts to get heated when you ask him why he can gain 70 levels in Word of Warcraft in a week, but can’t get a job at McDonalds, just let him be. At that point, poisoning his morning Doughnut Pizza might be the safer move.

The stabbings happened during an argument about 10 a.m. in the 7000 block of Hillsboro-House Springs Road where John Bosler lived with his parents, Gary and Leona Bosler, the sheriff’s office said.

That argument turned physical and John Bosler allegedly grabbed a metal pipe and struck Gary Bosler, 69, several times in the head and torso. John Bosler then grabbed a butcher’s knife from a kitchen drawer and stabbed his father once in the forearm and once in the back, the sheriff’s office said.

His parents are said to recover from the attack, and, in a way, their kid ended up getting that job with benefits…assuming getting poked with shivs and penises in jail counts as a benefit. (It does)

Happy ending!

via STLToday