Hard to say glass is half-full when it hits you in the face

An argument spilled into violence early Tuesday morning.

A young man suffered lacerations to his right check after a 66-year-old Hispanic man threw a glass at him during a spat in the 2300 block of Van Ness Avenue, police said.

The victim was taken to the hospital, while the tosser was arrested, cops said.

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