MediaTakeOut.com has some astonishing news to report. A Pennsylvania churchgoer shot a fellow parishioner inside church after a fight broke out over a seat in the church, police say.
The incident began on Sunday. An argument started when a 46-year-old churchgoer named Mark Storms told another churchgoer, Robert Braxton III, 27, he was sitting in reserved seats at the Keystone Fellowship Church, district attorney Kevin Steele said.
Robert allegedly yelled "don't f---ing touch me," when a church member tapped him on the shoulders to let him know he was in someone else's seat, court records show.
That's when Mark approached Robert carrying a gun in his hand, police claim. Mark then reportedly told the 27 year old to get out of the sanctuary.
Robert asked, "What are you going to do, shoot me?" according to the court records.
The gunman then opened fire, hitting Robert twice - once in the chest and again in the right arm. Robert was pronounced dead at the scene - which was inside the church.