North Rhine-Westphalia: dispute among brothers ends with a knocked out tooth

Dortmund (dpa / lnw) - Two brothers got into an argument at Dortmund main station early Thursday morning and hit each other in the face.

North Rhine-Westphalia: dispute among brothers ends with a knocked out tooth

Dortmund (dpa / lnw) - Two brothers got into an argument at Dortmund main station early Thursday morning and hit each other in the face. One of those involved, aged 26, was taken to the hospital with a lost front tooth and several loose teeth, the federal police said on Thursday. His 30-year-old brother also reported pain in the mouth and jaw area.

According to the police, witnesses had reported the argument between the two brothers and a 25-year-old man to the federal police. A video evaluation showed that the 26-year-old had provoked the other two men. He "danced wildly at first and repeatedly held his penis and bare buttocks in the faces of the 30- and 25-year-old men," said the federal police. The 30-year-old initially pushed his brother away several times and finally hit his face with his fist. Shortly thereafter, the 26-year-old also struck in another scuffle.

Investigations have been launched against both men. A “small amount” of cocaine was also found and seized from the 26-year-old during the search, it said.

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