A pair of men in Texas were arrested Wednesday after they allegedly beat a hot dog vendor over the prices of his street meat.
Jeremy Delgado, 21, and Bobby Wynn, 19, are facing second-degree felony aggravated assault charges after leaving an Austin, Texas, vendor with "life threatening injuries" stemming from $6 hot dogs, police said.
The incident occurred around 2 a.m. following a dispute between Delgado and the vendor who told him the $6 price, witnesses said, according to a report.
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What Delgado appeared to consider overpriced street meat caused him to scream at the vendor, and things "got out of hand," according to one witness.
Delgado and Wynn "punched and kicked the vendor several times," another said.
The unidentified and bloodied vendor was later found by police and transported to a local hospital with "life threatening injuries."
He suffered a head gash requiring staples, widespread pain, and a lacerated liver, the report noted.
The suspects were detained in a nearby parking lot with Delgado's clothing stained in blood, police said.
Wynn "removed his shoes and attempted to place them in a nearby vehicle" and thus faces a tampering with evidence charge, according to authorities.
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Delgado and Wynn were booked in the Travis County Jail on $25,000 bond.