Volos man kills brother with frying pan
A 41-year-old man in Volos, central Greece, told police Monday that he had killed his 38-year-old brother early Sunday morning with repeated blows to the head with a frying pan.
According to reports, the man said the incident occurred at their home in the village of Fitoko, and that they had both been under the influence of alcohol.
He claimed he was attacked by his younger brother and that he hit him on the head and face with a frying pan in self defense.
He then dragged the 38-year-old outside the house to get some fresh air as he believed he had fainted. He said that he only realized what had happened when he woke up the next morning.
In his initial deposition, he said that they had been attacked by three armed robbers who killed his brother.
You may be interested
Athenians flee capital after free movement allowedmakis - May 14, 2021
Greeks were leaving en-masse from the Attica basin to nearby islands and other destinations on Friday, following the official lifting…
Movement free across GreecePanos - May 14, 2021
Greeks will be allowed to move freely throughout the country from Friday, as the Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister…
Let’s be honest, Turkey cannot join the EU: Manfred WeberPanos - May 14, 2021
“Let us be honest, Turkey cannot join the EU,” said Manfred Weber, the leader of the European Parliament’s People’s Party…