Krispy Kreme fight
A sign for Krispy Kreme doughnuts is seen outside their store in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 1, 2016. SAUL LOEB/Getty Images

It was another Wednesday night at a Krispy Kreme donut shop in Gainesville, Florida, until a fight between an employee and another man broke out and ended violently.

Julius J. Irving, a 32-year-old employee at said Krispy Kreme, got into an argument with his co-worker, Olivia Zavalza, while she was making donuts. According to the police report, Irving had problems with how Zavalza was making the donuts, leading her to call her boyfriend to pick her up.

When Zavalza’s boyfriend arrived, he got into an altercation with Irving at the store that turned physical. Irving then took out a four-inch knife which he allegedly used to stab and cut the unnamed boyfriend multiple times.

The police arrived shortly after this and found the victim on the shop’s floor suffering from multiple stab wounds in the upper torso, stomach, and thigh. He was immediately rushed to the hospital, where he underwent surgery and is now stable.

Police found Irving near the Krispy Kreme and brought him in for questioning, where Irving reportedly confessed to the actions. Irving was booked into Alachua County Jail and is currently facing attempted homicide charges.

Krispy Kreme also released a statement about the incident. Coming via First Coast News, the donut company said, “The safety of our guests and team members is our top priority. Our independently owned and operated franchisee is cooperating with law enforcement. We are keeping the victim in our thoughts and prayers. The suspect no longer works for this franchise.”