Man Stabs Boss To Death In Crowded Restaurant For Taking His Picture

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

A Florida man allegedly stabbed his boss to death in the middle of a crowded restaurant Friday for taking his photograph and posting it online, police said.

Tilus Lebrun, 42, was charged with the fatal stabbing of 61-year-old Dimitrios Karaloukas, who owns “Jimmy the Greek Taverna” in Boca Raton.

Karaloukas reportedly hung out in the restaurant on a regular basis. He was sitting down when Lebrun attacked him. He was stabbed three times on his left side and once in the back.

Karaloukas later died of his injuries.

An unidentified coworker was also attacked by Lebrun. He is undergoing lifesaving surgery at Delray Medical Center, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies found Lebrun standing outside the restaurant, wearing an apron and holding a large knife.

“I killed him because he took my photograph on March 2nd and posted it on the internet,” he reportedly told deputies in Creole.

Charged with first degree murder and first degree attempted murder, Lebrun was being held without bond Friday.

Sources: NBC MiamiWRCB-TV