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A Russian scientist working at a remote research station in Antarctica reportedly stabbed his colleague after he kept spoiling books.

Scientific engineer Sergey Savitsky, 55, became enraged and stabbed welder Oleg Beloguzov, 52, with a kitchen knife after Beloguzov repeatedly told Savitsky the endings of books. The men has previously spent 4 years at the remote work station.

The man had to be emergency airlifted to Chile to treat his stab wounds, and Savitsky is believed to be the first person to be charged with attempted murder in Antarctica. Beloguzov is expected to survive.

Source: Antarctic scientist ‘stabbed colleague on remote research station because he kept telling him the endings of books’: report | Fox News

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