On Wednesday, 8 August, a man was killed in the 18th district of Paris for reminding the attacker of the public transport’s rules, French newspaper Le Parisien reports.
A 50-year-old man was stabbed, and later died, by a cyclist who wanted to take the bus with his bike, which is not allowed.
When the victim protested and reminded him of the rules, the biker asked him if he spoke Arabic, said a judiciary source to le parisien.
When the victim asked the Arab not to bother him, he took his knife and plunged it into the man’s neck. Unfortunately, when the medics arrived, he was already in respiratory cardiac arrest and lying in a “sea of blood”.
The attacker fled the scene and is still being sought.