Two with dementia in bloody fight - forgot why

 
Two with dementia in bloody fight - forgot why
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It sure sounds like a joke, but it's not.

Two elderly Swedes, both affected with dementia, ended up in a fight, writes the Swedish newspaper Sydsvenskan.

On Wednesday police were called to a home for dementia patients in the Swedish town of Arlöv, after reports of trouble between two of the residents.

According to the police, one of the residents had pushed the other so that he fell to the floor and got a cut in his head.

However, when police arrived, the two men had no explanation for why they were fighting. They simply could not remember what had happened.

The two men had understandably forgotten all about what had happened just a few minutes earlier, writes Sydsvenskan.

Police therefore decided to close the case at the scene.

But admittedly a trial would be funny though.

"Who threw the first punch?"

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Note: The article picture is not linked to the incident.

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