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Man arrested after firing gun at father because he bought the wrong chicken wings

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An argument broke out at a Bountiful, Utah home between 30-year-old Alika Suliafu and his father, who had just arrived home with some chicken wings for his son.

However, the wings the man arrived with were the "wrong flavor," and the argument resulted in Suliafu being arrested for attempted murder, according to ABC4 in Utah.

Police cannot confirm nor deny what flavor Suliafu was expecting and what flavor he got, but the argument escalated to the point of the 30-year-old grabbing a gun and firing several shots at his father.

Suliafu missed his father, and the bullet went through a wall into their neighbor's apartment, where it became lodged in a dishwasher. A struggle over the firearm ensued, and two more shots were fired into the ceiling.

Luckily, they got lodged in the floor and didn't hit anybody.

Suliafu's father was able to eject the magazine from the gun and flee the apartment.

Suliafu had fled the apartment by the time. Bountiful police arrived, according to ABC4, though he was later brought into custody. The 30-year-old is facing charges of attempted murder and felony discharge of a firearm.

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