Man uses banjo to stop attacker
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (UPI) -- Police in Kansas said a man used a banjo to fend off an attacker wielding a knife and a frying pan.
Overland Park police said the two 21-year-old men were had been drinking and were arguing about a band at about 9 p.m. Monday when one of them grabbed the knife and frying pan and attacked the other man, the Kansas City (Mo.) Star reported.
Officers said the other man used a banjo he was holding to strike the alleged attacker in the head. They said the suspect was treated for a cut and taken to a local jail, where he was awaiting charges.