According to reports, a Monopoly game that went wrong led to a samurai swordfight in Brussels.
According to reports, the trouble started in the Belgian Capital at 5 a.m. on Sunday. Residents became frustrated by four people playing the game on the pavement near their homes.
The man, who was apparently armed with a stick, came out of his home and began to argue with the Monopoly players.
According to reports, the son of the resident came out with a Japanese sword and holster.
The katana sword was exposed during the scuffles that ensued, according to La Libre.
“The player attempted to grab the katana, and took the holster off. Police said that the son tried to retrieve it.
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The blade may have caused injuries to the Monopoly player and his son. Two men were admitted to hospital by the Brussels-Midi Police.
Local media reported that the Monopoly player was released later, while the son of a resident was in a life-threatening situation. Both men were also taken into police custody.
After the confrontation, the area around the street where the game was played by the group of three men (and a woman) was stained with blood. It was also scattered with Monopoly Cards.