The thing about causing a disturbance is you never know how other people are going to react.
Case in point:
Seattle police say a man was outside the QFC and Jiffy Lube in the 11100 block of Roosevelt Way Northeast around 12:30 p.m. Friday, yelling, kicking and “being hostile and confrontational toward customers and passers-by.”
At one point, the rowdy man confronted another man — the wrong man, it turns out — and was rewarded with a cut on the nose with a knife.
The knife-wielding man walked away and remains at large, police said.
The rowdy man suffered a non-life-threatening wound and was taken to a hospital.