A Senegalese migrant attacked an asylum worker in the southern Italian commune of Cassino after the migrant complained that the home lacked wireless internet.
The 26-year-old Senegalese asylum seeker is said to have threatened the employee after repeatedly requesting the home install wireless internet. When his requests were not answered by the staff, the migrant became more aggressive and physically assaulted the employee, Italian newspaper Ciociaria Oggi reports.
According to employees, the incident is not the first time residents of the asylum home have become angry about the lack of wireless internet, saying that there have been several similar occurrences in the past.
The case echoes a story from 2015 in which migrants living in the Italian town of Ceranova went on a rampage after demanding free Wi-Fi access in order to Skype with their loved ones in their home countries. The migrants, who were not working and being housed at taxpayer expense, threw garbage bins into the roads in protest.
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