So I'm back in NY for the weekend....and last night, myself and 3 of my buddies got together and went bar/club hopping. We ended up settling at this strip of bars about 3 blocks from one of my friends apartments, so we left all our cars there...intending on walking back and just crashing at his place for the night. This is something we have done probably at leats 50 times without incident.
So we stayed at this one bar till last call, which was around 2 or so....then started walking back. We noticed these few guys following us as we got away from the bar and into the neighborhood, but we didnt think much of it. Combination of being drunk, and knowing that we have done this walk so many times without any issues. Before we know it....2 other guys cut us off in front, and were joined by the 2 guys behind us, and they ganged up on us and shoved their guns right into our heads asking us for our money and jewelry, or they would "blow our f*ckin heads off". I gave them my watch, and this one guy ripped my gold necklace off...and gave them the money I had which was like 50 bucks or so. My one buddy lost like 150 bucks. After that....the one guy pistol whipped one of us, and then put the gun right into his head...and I honestly thought he was going to shoot him right then and there. I also assumed we were next, since we still had guns buried into our heads as well.
Luckily, they stopped right there....and ran off. So we ran the rest of the way back to the apt, and we basically had the carry my friend who got pistol whipped since he was barely conscious and bleeding from his head.....called the cops, called 911 etc. So my friend is still in the hospital, but he should be out tonight....got a concussion and just some bad bruising and cuts on his head. Had to go to police station, cops wrote out a report, we had to give descriptions etc. As of now....no progress in our case. Who knows if they will find these guys, of course I'm praying they do find these bastards.
I'm still shaking about this, I couldnt even really sleep last night. I'm just glad to still be alive today.