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Man threatens to murder mother over meatballs

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Man threatens to murder mother over meatballs
A man has been arrested for threatening to stab his mother because of her bad meatballs. Photo: Jose-Maria Moreno Garcia/Flickr
11:54 CEST+02:00
A teenager in Mallorca has been taken into custody by police after threatening to stab his mother because her meatballs were not to his liking.

Officers from Spain's national police force arrested the 18-year-old, identified as José Manuel G.V for threatening his mother with a kitchen knife because he did not want to eat her meatballs. 

"I don't want this shitty food, give me money so I can eat out or I'll stab you," the young Spaniard told his mother, according to police sources. 

José Manuel G.V is accused of insulting and threatening his mother in their house in Palma on the Balearic Island of Mallorca.

According to police sources quoted in local newspaper Ultima Hora, José Manuel asked his mother what was for dinner. She replied that she had prepared some "albondigas" - Spanish meatballs - or if he preferred, she could cook him some chops.

He then exploded, shouting that he did not want this "shitty food" and demanded his mother give him some money to eat out or else he would stab her.

His mother gave him €10 and left the house.

When she returned a few minutes later, she saw that her son had made himself a sandwich and accused him of taking her money to pay for "marijuana" or to "gamble at the local casino".

The teenager then verbally attacked his mother yet again, calling her a "son of a bitch" and a "dirty pig" before adding "you should have died in childbirth".

He then grabbed the kitchen knife and threatened "keep going and I'll kill you, I'll stab you".

His mother is currently considering taking out a restraining order on her own son. 

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