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Glasgow knife attack: Sudanese migrant complained about food
An individual armed with a knife was killed by police yesterday, Friday June 28, after six people were stabbed in a hotel housing asylum seekers in Glasgow, Scotland. He complained about the quality and quantity of food.
According to the English newspaper The Telegraph, the Glasgow aggressor, a Sudanese asylum seeker, who stabbed six people, including a police officer yesterday, Friday June 26, complained about the living conditions in his hotel in the center of the Scottish metropolis.
A volunteer told the Telegraph that the asylum seeker who was shot dead by the police said he had been “very hungry” in recent days. According to this man, the aggressor railed against the food he was served at the hotel.
The bloody victims were found on the floor of the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow city center, an establishment which had been used by the authorities during the Coronavirus pandemic. Among them, is the 42-year-old police officer David Whyte – in critical but stable condition in hospital, according to Scottish law enforcement officials.
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