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Two arrested for attacking would-be john

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Never stiff a working girl.

Two alleged call girls, ages 24 and 36, were arrested on July 13 for attacking and chasing the client — in his underwear — down McDonald Avenue to a nearby supermarket, where an employee came to his aid, cops said.

The victim told police that he had brought the suspects to his McDonald Avenue home near 65th Street at 4:18 am, when they suddenly attacked him. The duo slashed him with a knife, punched him, and bit the victim’s arm before he was able to flee to a nearby Rossman Farms Supermarket in his skivvies, according to court documents.

The suspects pursued him — one of them bearing a kitchen knife — but the victim found an unlikely ally in a grocer there, who managed to prevent the stabbing, cops said. The suspects fled on foot, but were apprehended by police a short time later.

The victim was not charged with any crimes.

Cops believe the suspects attacked the victim as he quibbled over the fee for thier services.

“There was a slight discussion over money,” a police source said.

The victim was transported to a nearby hospital, where he was treated for the various cuts and bruises, as well as a bite wound.

Reach reporter Colin MIxson at cmixson@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-4514.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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