Report: Man charged in NYC machete street brawl

NEW YORK — A man seen on video wielding a machete and ring with another man who was holding a rubbish can in a New York City street brawl has been charged, a report says.

Luis Roman, 35, a New York City movement employee, seemed in Manhattan Criminal Court Thursday to face charges of attempted attack and rapist mischief, according to internal news site DNA Info.

The brawl pennyless out just before 7 a.m. Wednesday when an unclear walking crossed a Manhattan street while articulate on his cellphone, the report says. Roman, who was driving, allegedly became barbarous since he suspicion the man wasn’t profitable attention, inciting the brawl in which Roman is seen overhanging a machete.

He tried to flee, but was after arrested, police say.


Two men were held on video fighting with surprising weapons in New York City on Jul 19, 2017

Roman reportedly pronounced he was behaving in self defense. The other man is seen in the video throwing a vast steel rubbish can at Roman and grabbing his automobile door.

A judge systematic Roman held on $2,500 cash bond, DNA Info reports.

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