On New Year's Eve, a man tossed a firecracker in the direction of a Kabab shop in Elk, Poland. Four men from Muslim countries exited the shop and stabbed the Polish man to death.
Riots are ongoing and police have made many arrests.
On Saturday night between 10 and 11 pm there was a brawl in front of a fast food in E?k. A 21-year-old was killed — on his body two stab wounds were found, probably from a knife.
According to the police, both foreigners and Poles were involved in the brawls. Four men were arrested, among them foreigners. Due to the ongoing investigation, police didn’t disclose their nationality. It is known that they were sober.
TVP [Polish state television] reported that the 21-year-old Daniel, according to unofficial information, had allegedly thrown a firecracker towards Prince Kebab restaurant. Then four men ran out the restaurant towards him — two Algerians, a Tunisian and Moroccan. The 21-year-old was stabbed twice with a knife, which proved fatal.
Elk City Councillor Michal Tyszkiewicz said that Prince Kebab was managed by citizens of Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, and these are the people who have been detained by the police after the death of 21-year-old Daniel. The owner of the restaurant, according to Tyszkiewicz, is an Elk entrepreneur. According to the councilor, the Tunisian, the Moroccan and the Algerians also run another restaurant in Elk, which was also destroyed by rioters.
A series of videos of the actual riots and trashing of one of the kabab shops can be seen here at The Rebel.