Pizze­ria van­dal­ized as min­istry con­demns at­tack

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Uniden­ti­fied as­sailants yes­ter­day van­dal­ized a pizze­ria in Thes­sa­loniki whose owner is al­leged to have beaten up a former em­ployee. The at­tack, which oc­curred at around 3.30 a.m., was car­ried out by two in­di­vid­u­als who smashed the busi­ness’s glass fa­cade and sprayed graffiti on the walls be­fore flee­ing on a mo­tor­cy­cle, ac­cord­ing to the vo­ria.gr news web­site. To­day the owner of the pizze­ria is to stand trial in the north­ern port city on charges of as­sault lodged against him by the former em­ployee. Ac­cord­ing to lo­cal re­ports, the owner as­saulted the 36year-old de­liv­ery worker fol­low­ing an ar­gu­ment over the lat­ter’s ab­sence due to sick­ness. In a state­ment, the La­bor Min­istry said that at­tacks such as that against the de­liv­ery worker “will not only not be tol­er­ated but will be sub­ject to a de­ci­sive crack­down.”

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