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Police say the man got into a fight with two men outside the McDonald’s before he was stabbed. (Photo: Ana Rivera)

JAMAICA, Queens (PIX11) — A man calmly walked into a Queens McDonald’s with a knife sticking out of his back Tuesday morning, apparently after an earlier altercation outside.

According to police, the 50-year-old man walked into the McDonald’s on Sutphin Boulevard at about 10 a.m.

While patrons were screaming at the site of the bloody knife between the man’s shoulder blades, the victim was talking on his cellphone calmly, telling his family what happened.

Cops told PIX11 the man was involved in a fight on Sutphin Boulevard with two men minutes before he walked into the fast food eatery.

The man was taken to Jamaica Hospital where he is listed in stable condition. (Photo: Google Maps)

The man eventually collapsed and was taken to Jamaica Hospital where he is stable condition.

No arrests have been made.