An Angolan teenager
allegedly shot and killed his father after a row about this
weekend's "Clasico" between Real Madrid and Barcelona, Angolan
state news agency Angop reported.
The 17-year-old and his 48-year-old father had argued about
Spanish football and Angolan music on Thursday in the capital
Luanda and the discussion ended in violence, the report said.
"That led to both parties losing control," Angop quoted
Carlos Andre, an officer with the Criminal Investigation Police,
as saying. "They started a big fight in the area. The youngster
picked up a firearm in the yard of their house and shot twice at
his father," he added.
The police officer said the father died at the scene, while
the teenager escaped with the firearm and is still on the run.
Many Angolans are passionate about football and thanks to
satellite television channels can follow top European leagues
such as Spain's La Liga.
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