Senegal Enriches the Culture of Apulia

A Senegalese culture-enricher has killed an Italian street artist during an aborted mugging in Lecce, a city in the southern Italian province of Apulia. He says he didn’t mean to.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   A decisive break in the case regarding Leonardo Vitale, a 69-year-old man from Oria.
00:04   Found in a blood pool, during the night between October 5 and 6, in Lecce, via Don Bosco.
00:10   He died after six days of coma. The officers of Lecce police station were looking into
00:15   a 29-year-old Senegalese who confessed, eventually, after hours and hours of interrogation.
00:20   He was arrested and taken to prison.
00:23   The procurator puts forward the crimes of robbery and death as consequence.
00:28   When rescue arrived, the street artist had some cuts on his face
00:32   and was lacking his tools and his cellphone.
00:35   In his pocket, 500 euros.
00:39   The 29-year-old Senegalese admitted that he shoved the busker to rob him,
00:43   making him fall heavily to the ground.
00:46   He was identified thanks to recordings from the cameras situated behind the railway station.
00:51   Apparently the 29-year-old man randomly met the artist in a kebab shop
00:55   and observed that he was handling a large amount of money.
00:59   He followed him into a dark alley, where he mugged him by surprise.
01:03   He told the police he didn’t kill him intentionally.
01:06   Apparently Vitale fell, after being shoved violently.
01:09   The Senegalese panicked after his death, and ran away.