The bartender of the Turkish hotel killed a tourist from Belarus
A tourist from Belarus died after a fight with a 17-year-old barman at the hotel in the Turkish city of Marmaris. It is reported by the newspaper Hurriyet.
The publication explains that the conflict broke out after 28-year-old Victor Aladko, who was in a state of intoxication, demanded to serve him, despite claims by the waiter that the bar is already closed. After a verbal altercation and a fight ensued, during which a tourist was injured with a knife in the liver. The arrived doctors pronounced him dead.
The hotel called the police, who arrested the bartender. At the present time the question of his arrest.
August 30, Russian tourist Alexey Nikitin was killed in the resort of side in Antalya province. The cause of his death was the fall from the fourth floor of the hotel.
On 14 September it became known that one third purchased by the Russians in the autumn (until October 31) package tours occurred in Turkey. Second place in popularity took a trip to Russia, they accounted for 20.3 percent of all sold tickets. Third place went to Greece with the average of 11.3 percent.