A Chicago store security guard was violently stabbed 27 times after he allegedly asked two sisters to wear masks while shopping.
According to the Chicago Sun Times Jessica and Jayla Hill, are accused of attacking the security guard at Snipes on Sunday.
According to police the store guard identified as Karie James, 42 asked the girls to use hand sanitizer and wear a mask before getting punched.
18-year-old Jayla Hill took out her phone and began filming the security guard who asked her and her sister to leave for refusing to wear masks.
Jessica Hill, 21 allegedly pulled a knife out of her pocket.
Jessica picked up a trash can and began hitting the guard with it, the two sisters started punching the man at the 3258 W. Roosevelt Road store, prosecutors said.
During the assault that was captured on video, Jessica Hill took out a blade and began stabbing the security guard in his neck, back and arms while Jayla Hill grabbed his hair to keep from moving, prosecutors said.
The security guard and an assistant store manager pleaded for the sisters to stop, and when the victim finally broke free, the women allegedly kicked him in the head and body, prosecutors said.