Here is The Advertiser/ Adelaide Now report and accompanying photograph.
A bloodied man who staggered into a Norwood bottle shop after being stabbed eight times in the chest and stomach remains in hospital in a critical condition.
About 2.50pm today, the 34-year-old stumbled into the Norwood Hotel drive-through bottleshop – covered in blood and begging for help.
He was then rushed to the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
More than a dozen police cars arrived at the scene within minutes. A Kensington Gardens man, 38, was arrested in relation to the alleged attack.
Police also spoke at length to two women before taking them away without arrest.
It is understood the two men were travelling together in a Mitsubishi Verada when they were involved in an argument.
The victim then got out of the car and began walking along The Parade. He was allegedly then repeatedly stabbed with a knife in a second altercation with the same man outside the Norwood Hotel.
Hotel management declined to comment this afternoon.
"We just came down here for a quiet coffee and didn't expect to see anything like this,'' bystander Jessica Matern said.
"It's pretty scary for something like this to happen in an area like this."
Detective Chief Inspector John Gerlach said police would continue to investigate the incident to determine the motive and if other people were involved.
"It's a very serious incident and would have been terrifying for the people involved," he said.
"At the moment I'm not sure how many individual persons were connected other than the four allegedly involved, if anyone else was involved it certainly is serious and would have been terrible."
The stabbing, which occurred in broad daylight on what should have been a sleepy public holiday, follows a shooting on Sunday morning in Gouger St.
In that attack, a man was wounded in the leg and a bystander injured by shattering glass.The ABC reported the story more briefly though the 7pm TV News did lead with it.