Man Charged With Murdering Fellow Partygoer Over Beer Pong Dispute
If you're going to kill someone, it should be for a good reason.
Like, you know, beer pong.
Police in Cherry Hill, New Jersey arrested 19-year-old Naqeebullah Habibi on murder charges after he allegedly killed another man following an argument over a game of beer pong they were playing. Not ping pong, but the ugly PBR-goggled living-in-a-frat house cousin known as beer pong.
Habibi allegedly stabbed William Walker, 21, while they were at a party during the holiday weekend.
The heat between the two initially cooled down, but as the men were leaving they started arguing again. Words were exchanged in an altercation that ended with Walker being stabbed. He was brought to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.
It's unclear why the men were arguing in the first place.