Wednesday, 6 August 2014

TRAGIC: Two British students 'stabbed to death' in Malaysia

Two British medical students, Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, both 22, were stabbed to death in Malaysia following a confrontation with a group of locals while drinking in a bar, The Star newspaper reported.

The bodies of the two Newcastle University students were found lying in a road in Kuching, capital of the state of Sarawak on Borneo Island, early Wednesday morning with stab wounds.

It said they were on a six-week work placement in a local hospital in the former British colony "to put the skills they had learnt during their time here at the university into practice."

"This has come as a huge shock to us all and our thoughts are with their families and friends at this very difficult time," said acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Tony Stevenson.

After the quarrel in the bar, the Britons left but were pursued by the group of locals and attacked, deputy state police Chief, Chai Khin Chung said.

Police have arrested three of four suspects and confiscated a knife, Chai said.

"We are looking for the fourth suspect. The main suspect, aged 23, is in custody," he said.


  1. Replies
    1. Na that K go kill you. Na by force to comment?

  2. Mr K, that is an insensitive comment. RIP 2 both of dem!

  3. No be today.. the gud part is that their govt wont fold their arms and watch them die without getting justice.

    1. Lik naija shey? Cursed country.

    2. Dt mins u r cursed too. Pessimistic idiot.

    3. Pele oooo. Patriotic fool. Lmbao.


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