A wild shootout at at a "Freaky Friday" house party left one reveler dead and eight others wounded on a bloody Brooklyn street scattered with bodies and bullets.
Three suspects - including one found carrying a handgun - were arrested after the 3:25 a.m. gunfire Saturday that left a pool of blood on an East New York sidewalk, sources said.
A 20-year-old man who stopped by the crowded all-night bash on his way home from grabbing a slice of pizza was killed by a gunshot to the left side of his torso, his girlfriend told the Daily News.
"He was just an innocent bystander," she said hours after the killing. "It was someone else's fight. He had nothing to do with it but got killed."
The dead man, who has a 1-year-old son, was slain on the eve of Father's Day.
The house party, advertised with flyers, drew a huge crowd paying a $5 cover charge. The shooting was apparently sparked by a fight between two attendees, and police sources said multiple shooters opened fire.