The grand opening of Hypebeast’s new HBX store took a turn for the worse last week after a melee broke out between customers who were waiting to cop a pair of Nike Dunks.

The NY Daily News reports that the perpetrator has been identified as 20-year-old Miguel Ovidio, who allegedly sliced another customer after a fight broke out in front of the store while waiting to buy the black and white colorway of the Nike Dunk High. 

According to the NY Daily News, customers reportedly began lining up in front of the store at 6 a.m. ET in advance of the store’s opening at 11 a.m. ET. Sometime during the release, an altercation reportedly broke out between Ovidio and other patrons. A video that was shared by Twitter user @621armo shows what’s believed to be the dispute, but it hasn’t been confirmed to be linked with the incident.

“It was customers who were involved,” an anonymous store manager of the HBX store told the NY Daily News. “They started pushing to get in, getting closer and closer. “They’d been waiting for the new Nikes. It’s a mob scene.”

Hypebeast’s HBX store officially opened to the public on June 17 at 41 Division Street in New York’s Chinatown neighborhood. In addition to the retail space, the seven-story building also houses the Hypebeans café, employee offices, and event spaces.

Per NY Daily News, Ovidio was booked and charged with assault, menacing, and possession of a weapon.