An Indiana man was arrested Monday for stabbing a man he caught having sex with his wife.

The Elwood Police Department arrived at an apartment Monday afternoon after neighbors reported “multiple subjects” fighting in the building. When officers reached the scene, they found a man suffering from stab wounds inside a parked vehicle. Another man, who claimed he was attacked, was found in the apartment covered in blood. Both men were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Police obtained a search warrant. They gathered evidence and collected DNA from the apartment as well as the parked car.

After interviewing witnesses, police arrested 29-year-old Michael Neil. During interrogation, Neil told police he woke up to the victim having sex with his wife in the apartment. He then went to the bedroom, grabbed the knife and stabbed the victim multiple times, Fox-affiliated television station WDRB reported.

He was charged with “aggravated battery with a deadly weapon” and held at Madison County jail without bond. The victim’s name was not revealed and the extent of his injuries was unknown.

The investigation was ongoing.

arrest An Indiana man was arrested for stabbing a man he caught having sex with his wife. This image shows the handcuffed hands of George Zimmerman, the acquitted shooter in the death of Trayvon Martin, as he faces a Seminole circuit judge during a first-appearance hearing on charges including aggravated assault stemming from a fight with his girlfriend in Sanford, Florida, Nov. 19, 2013. Photo: Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images

In a similar incident in Ireland, a man was jailed for life for fatally stabbing his girlfriend’s lover after he caught them in the act at their apartment in February 2017. Keith Connorton, 40, was living with his long-term partner at their apartment.  After an argument between them, she invited the victim to spend the night with her. When Connorton returned home a few hours later, he found them together. An argument ensued between the two men after which Connorton stabbed the victim several times.

Though Connorton told the court he was acting in self-defense after the victim punched him, he was found guilty of murder in December 2018 and sentenced to life imprisonment, local daily the Irish Times reported.