Man stabs brother to death in UAE over memory card
He stabbed him in the head with a pair of scissors.
The Ajman public prosecution on Sunday referred to criminal court a Bangladeshi man, who stabbed his brother to death with a scissor.
The man, 24, attacked his brother in his head over an argument regarding a lost memory card of a camera at their home in Liwara area.
The accused, who works as an accountant, had gotten into an argument with his mother after he couldn't find his camera's memory card.
When his mother told him she threw it in the trash as she didn't know what it was, and would search for it in the morning, he got angry and said the card belonged to his friend.
His brother and sister tried to calm him down, saying the card cost just Dh100, and offered to buy a new one.
During his heated argument, the accused picked up a pair of scissors and stabbed his brother several times on the right side of his head, causing severe bleeding, and eventual death.
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