A British man has been stabbed to death in the holiday resort of Ayia Napa in Cyprus.The 22-year-old, who has been named as George Low, died from a stab wound to the neck in the party town on Sunday. Police in the country said another Briton, also 22, was wounded during the pre-dawn knife attack.
The two Britons were attacked while they were walking down a busy street, Famagusta district assistant police chief Georgios Economou said. The other man suffered four stab wounds to his back which are not life-threatening.
People have been paying tribute to Mr Low, who is believed to be from Dartford in Kent, on social media. Kai Fisher said: “Can’t believe this. You was an amazing lad and no one ever had a bad word to say about you. So sad . Rip buddy.”
Jason Woods wrote on Facebook: “Words can’t describe what you meant to me. I was lucky to have you as a brother and I am truly heartbroken by this tragedy!! Just looking back at the first time we met and I was lucky enough to meet one of the best guys in my life.”