Kitchen installer accused of knife attack on customer

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A MAN, 53, was arrested in Palma for attacking a client with a knife following a complaint.
He had installed a kitchen for the victim, who came to complain about the work. The two began to argue until the workman allegedly pulled out a knife and the two began to grapple. The client was taken to Son Espases with injuries to his hands, while the police arrested his suspected attacker.
Meanwhile, at the Secar de la Real riding club, a man was also arrested for threatening another with a knife. The owner of the premises had reprimanded him for taking his horse into a stable without permission. The two began to argue and a member of staff stepped in, but he was reportedly threatened with a knife, although he managed to escape.
The alleged attacker is believed to have threatened to kill the two men before getting in his car and attempting to flee the area but the staff shut the doors. He climbed a wall and fled the premises but the police arrested him when he returned five minutes later. He has a criminal record.

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