A 60-year-old fire inspector was attacked by two wedding crashers in New Jersey on Saturday night.
According to NJ.com, the fire inspector was working at a wedding when he saw two people who weren’t invited to the wedding trying to get in. The two wedding crashers were arguing and fighting with guests, prompting the fire inspector to ask them to leave.
After asking the wedding crashers to leave, the fire inspector was punched in the face by 32-year-old Talie Yalcin and taken to the ground by 34-year-old Firat Yalcin.
When the police arrived, the fire inspector was in an alley fighting with both Talie and Firat Yalcin.
According to the police report, an officer had to strike Firat Yalcin with a baton to get him off the fire inspector. The officers also said Firat Yalcin and Talie Yalcin violently resisted arrest before they were placed in handcuffs.
Both Firat and Talie Yalcin were charged with resisting arrest and aggravated assault on a fireman. Police say they both appeared to be under the influence of a narcotic.
The police said Firat Yalcin had an open arrest warrant from Atlantic City.
The fire inspector, whose name was not released, was taken to the Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health, where he received treatment for his injuries.