Hooligans robbed children singing carols

Minors on motorcycles approached a group of children and took away the money they had received for caroling.

Traditional carols this year have been overshadowed by cases when children were the victims of robberies by young gopniks who decided to “earn extra money” … on carols.

Traditional carols this year have been overshadowed by cases when children were the victims of robberies by young gopniks who decided to “earn extra money” … on carols.

On the eve of Christmas, New Year and Epiphany, metal chimes and carols are heard in all cities and towns of Greece. Children gather in groups of two or three and go from apartment to apartment, singing holiday songs and rhymes. The invariable attributes of caroling are a ringing triangle and a song that the carolers must sing. As a reward, children usually receive sweets or money, which they then spend on leisure, gifts for the holidays.

According to tempo24.news, a blatant incident took place in the Zarouhleikon region of Patras. The perpetrators traveled on a motorcycle, apparently observing two children who walked from house to house and sang carols. According to the newspaper, the hooligans attacked them and took the money.

A police squad arrived in the area to find and punish juvenile delinquents. As reported, the victims of the robbery and witnesses have already drawn up a composite sketch.

On the eve of Christmas, New Year and Epiphany, metal chimes and carols are heard in all cities and towns of Greece. Children gather in groups of two or three and go from apartment to apartment, singing holiday songs and rhymes. The invariable attributes of caroling are a ringing triangle and a song that the carolers must sing. As a reward, children usually receive sweets or money, which they then spend on leisure, gifts for the holidays.





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