Man with no arms charged with stabbing tourist

Man with no arms charged with stabbing tourist

Crenshaw is an artist who paints with his feet and his artistic skills are a popular tourist draw on Miami Beach, according to the Miami Herald.

Just after midnight on Tuesday, police said he stabbed 22-year-old Cesar Coronado, who was visiting the area from Chicago. Police say Crenshaw stabbed Coronado twice and fled the scene.

In a freaky incident, a 46-year-old homeless was arrested for stabbing a tourist with a pair of scissors using his feet.

While in police custody, Crenshaw claimed he was defending himself after Coronado punched him in the head.

Coronado told investigators he stopped to ask Crenshaw for directions before he jumped up and stabbed him. He then tucked the scissors in his waistband and walked away.

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Barrientos described the attacker to police as a homeless man with no arms.

Coronado was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Crenshaw, a local fixture known for painting colorful works of art with his feet, according to local media reports, was subsequently detained near the attack in a shopping and tourist area near South Beach and charged with one count of aggravated battery, a second-degree felony, police said.

Crenshaw's arrest record dates to 2008 and lists arrests for disorderly intoxication, vandalism, and battery on police officers, firefighters and city code inspectors.

He will stand before a judge on Wednesday, July 18.

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