Reading fail: Woman stabs husband over ‘Cosmo’ quiz

Jun 12, 2012, 11:55 AM | Updated: 1:03 pm

A Mesa woman is in jail after stabbing her husband over a quiz in Cosmo magazine.

Noelle Clough, 22, was taken into custody after getting into an argument Sunday with her husband and stabbing him in the back.

The couple was at home in their apartment near Longmore Drive and Southern Avenue, taking a quiz in the July issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, Clough told police.

But the husband told officers the argument was over his ex-girlfriends.

The husband was not seriously injured and the couple admitted to police that they had been drinking before the altercation.

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Reading fail: Woman stabs husband over ‘Cosmo’ quiz