I've heard of arguments about stupid things, but these two people are buggin'!


What Happened?

Folks, this is a true story.

Two Texas men had an argument over what a mosquito looks like, and it ended in one of the men beating the other with a wooden stick.

NBC DFW reports that Victor Symone Shavers, who was found "with a bloody face", attacked his roommate and left him bloody and needing stitches. That's according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

Shaver's roommate reportedly told police he assaulted him after they argued about “what a mosquito looks like".

How The Argument Started

According to the arrest affidavit, the argument turned into a physical fight when Shavers told his roommate he didn't know what the insect looks like, while his roommate disagreed.

Reportedly, Shavers then “grabbed a stick behind his bed” and started hitting his roommate “in the head with the stick at least 6 times.”

You Can't Beat That With A Bat...Or Could You?

The roommate had to defend himself, right?

The unnamed roommate reportedly grabbed a metal bat from his closet and hit Shavers' in order to defend himself.

The arrest affidavit says the roommate suffered a deep cut on his left cheek and a deep cut on the left side of his head. Shavers possibly broke his right hand which was swollen and was cut on the back of his head.

Was All Of This Really Necessary?

NBC DFW reports that Shavers admitted that he struck his roommate first. He was charged with aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury, as well as assault causing serious bodily injury. He was being held on  $28,000 bond at the time of NBC's report.

Here's What a Mosquito Looks Like

Just so we're clear, this is a picture of a mosquito.

Aedes aegypti Mosquito

Now that that's final and we've hopefully averted more violence, let's continue our day.

Here Are 10 Cool Central Texas AirBnB's You Should Check Out

If you are curious about what kind of Airbnb rentals this area has to offer take a few minutes of your time and check these out!

I was on Airbnb's website last week booking a place for relatives who are coming to visit and ran across a few really cool spots in Temple, Belton, Killeen, and Salado.

4 Youth Football Teams Dominating The CTX

Texas has always been known for football and these Centex teams is keeping the hype alive in our community.

From football camps to team building these organizations are going over and beyond to build strong athletes who succeed on the field and off.

If you are looking for extracurricular activities for your child, checking out these teams are a great start.

Kuddos to all of the coaches, volunteers and parents who help these amazing organizations thrive.

Here's Why Date Night at Pignetti's In Downtown Temple is Perfect

During its two decades in Downtown Temple, Pignetti's has become a

More From KTEM-AM