A woman in the Tula Region in central Russia confessed stabbing and axing her husband to death during a fight over what to watch on TV© Flickr/ Robert S. Donovan
TULA, October 15 (RIA Novosti)
A woman in the Tula Region in central Russia confessed stabbing and axing her husband to death during a fight over what to watch on TV, the local Investigative Committee said on Monday.
“The spouses failed to agree on which TV channel to watch and as a result the suspect attacked the man with a knife and ax and the latter died of multiple injuries,” the committee said.
The woman is facing up to 15 years in prison if convicted.
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