Man in life-threatening condition after being stabbed by woman he catcalled in SoMa

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By Allie Pape - Published on March 01, 2019.

A 17-year-old man is in life-threatening condition after being stabbed by a woman he allegedly catcalled in SoMa.

The incident occurred around 5:45 p.m. last night, on the unit block of Seventh Street (at Market). According to police, the woman, 18, was with a group of friends when she was catcalled by the man and his group of friends. One of the man's friends then threw a plastic bottle at the woman's friends. 

The woman retaliated by stabbing the man with a knife in his torso, causing serious injuries. The man was hospitalized in life-threatening condition, and the woman was arrested. 

No further details about the incident were currently available. We'll update this post as we learn more. 

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