On Saturday March 12th New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), on 53rd Street in Manhattan, opened it's doors to the public as it does every Saturday from 10:30am - 7pm. This past weekend however, one customer was denied entry and he didn't take the news well.

This man was so angry that, as the video below will show, he walked into the museum lobby, scaled the front desk and allegedly stabbed two employees repeatedly.

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According to the New York Post, the suspect was not allowed access to the Van Gogh 'Starry Night' exhibit and that is when the events of the evening were set into motion. It appears that, out of anger and revenge, the suspect went after the employees that denied his entry stabbing them several times.

After leaving the scene of the crime the suspect reached out to reporters via direct message on Instagram. The New York Post reports that one message read:

The stabbed girls were in on the BACKSTABBING too,” Cabana wrote in his message. “I don’t backstab, I do the frontside only.

Here is the stunning video from the Museum of Modern Art. What would you do?

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