Brussels Monopoly row ‘ends in samurai swordplay’ as man allegedly fighting for his life | World News

A samurai sword fight reportedly erupted in Brussels when a game of Monopoly went wrong.

Trouble reportedly started in forested areas belgian capital Residents were annoyed when four people played a board game on the sidewalk outside their home around 5 a.m. on Sunday.

A man emerges from his house, apparently brandishing a stick, and gets into an altercation with the Monopoly player.

The resident’s son then came outside with a samurai sword, the report said.

During the ensuing melee, the katana sword was exposed after a Monopoly player allegedly removed its scabbard, La Libre reported.

“The player tried to grab the katana and remove the holster. The son tried to get it back,” police said.

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The son and a Monopoly player are thought to have been stabbed. Brussels-Midi police confirmed that two men were taken to hospital.

The Monopoly player was later released from hospital, but the resident’s son is said to be in a life-threatening condition, according to local media reports. Two people were also arrested.

The street where the group (made up of three men and a woman) played the game was left with blood and Monopoly cards strewn about after the confrontation.

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