Taxi drivers turn violent over a parking space in Perama
Three taxi drivers, aged 33, 35 and 61 years old, were arrested at midday Tuesday after a scuffle broke out over a parking space at the port in Perama.
All three will be taken to court on Wednesday, with the 61-year-old facing charges for insulting, causing bodily harm and possession of a knife and slitter, while his 35-year-old son and the other 33-year-old man will face charges for insulting and causing bodily harm.
The 33-year-old was briefly taken to the Thriasio Hospital in Elefsina for abrasions he suffered to his neck and was discharged later in the day.
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