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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Queens man has been accused of throwing a 56-year-old woman on hot coals from a grill that he knocked over before allegedly stabbing her with a BBQ barbeque utensil in Inwood.Nassau County police arrested Frederick Walker on charges of assault and criminal possession of a weapon.Police said the 43-year-old Far Rockaway man also struck the woman’s head against the sidewalk during the attack outside of a Bayview Avenue residence at 9:41 p.m. Saturday.When a 59-year-old man tried to pull Walker off of the victim, the suspect allegedly threw the second victim onto the hot coals, police added.Both victims were taken to a local hospital, where they were treated for lacerations and burn injuries to their arms, hands and legs.Walker also allegedly kicked an officer in the hand while being taken into custody, police said.Bail for Walker was set at $20,000 cash or $40,000 bond. He is due back in court Monday.
Fernando Torres was accused last night by former team-mate Daniel Agger for being disloyal to Liverpool.The Kop’s Danish star, who elbowed Torres at the weekend on his Chelsea debut, insisted: “It is unacceptable to play for one of Liverpool’s arch-rivals.“For a Dane, it’s about having respect for the club you play at.“I am proud to be able to pull on my Liverpool jersey and will never go to another club in England.“I will never go to Manchester United or Everton. It’s about respect for the club.”The comments from Denmark centre-half Agger will delight Liverpool fans still stunned at Spaniard Torres’ departure. After Agger’s elbow caught Torres, the Dane said: “Football is a contact sport.”Source: The Sun