Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Greece: Hotel Receptionist Killed When He Told Polish Tourists to Quiet Down

According to http://www.infobalkans.com, a Greek hotel receptionist died late on Sunday  (August 17) after being severely injured in an altercation with a group of Polish tourists in the resort of Laganas on Zakynthos.

Police on Zakynthos report report that the 51-year-old victim was attacked in the early hours of Saturday (August 16) when he asked a group of Polish tourists staying at the hotel to make less noise.

COMMENT:  I have described so often in the past my utter exasperation with the hostility and anger displayed by so many people these days.

As someone who has dealt with human conflict most of my adult life, I continue to be baffled by the depth and the extent of hostility we witness each day.

Instinctively, one of the Polish hotel guests pushed the receptionist who then fell down, suffering a serious head injury in the process, killing him instantly.

The assailant who killed the hotel receptionist was soon arrested. 

With any luck at all, the Polish tourist will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of Greek law in the hope that he pays dearly for his hostility.

Suddenly, one of the Polish guests pushed the receptionist who then fell down, suffering a serious head injury in the process, killing him instantly.

The assailant who killed the hotel receptionist was soon arrested. With any luck at all, the Polish tourist will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of Greek law in the hope that he pays dearly for his hostility.

Consequently, I appeal to anyone reading this posting that I would be most interested in collaborating on an empirical social science study aimed at identifying the motivations behind human hostility and anger.

Interested parties are urged to contact me at:

ed@sbrisksolutions.com