Berlin: A newspaper carrier in the northern German city of Lueneburg stabbed and killed a customer who had repeatedly complained about delivery problems, the police said on Sunday.
The 42-year-old paper-man got into an argument with the 51-year-old customer outside the customer’s house on Saturday afternoon, and stabbed him multiple times with a knife.
A 23-year-old relative of the victim who witnessed the fight grabbed the newspaper carrier and held him until the police arrived and arrested him.
The homeowner was rushed to a hospital, but died a short time later.
Neither man was named in keeping with German privacy laws.