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Waiter stabs customer during argument over the bill for food

The waiter was arrested and an investigation was initiated into the case.

The incident took place at a restaurant in Karawas (image used for illustrative purpose) [BI]

The attacker was arrested and the injured party was taken to hospital.

The incident took place at a restaurant in Karawas on Friday evening. A 30-year-old waiter stabbed a customer in the shoulder and arm with a knife.

The 48-year-old injured man was transported to hospital. Doctors assured that his life was not in danger. The waiter was arrested and an investigation was initiated into the case.

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Karawas is located in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), which is only recognised by Ankara.

The division of Cyprus, a small island located in the eastern Mediterranean Sea 40 km south of Turkey, into the Republic of Cyprus, recognised by most countries in the world and belonging to the EU, inhabited by Greek Cypriots, and inhabited by Turkish Cypriot TRNC, took place in 1974, in as a result of the intervention of the Turkish army after the coup d'état carried out by Greek-Cypriot nationalists.

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This article was originally published on Onet Travel.

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