A petrol station worker in Germany was shot dead after asking a customer to wear his mask.
The row on Saturday night started when the cashier, a student, told the man to put on a face mask, as required in all German shops.
After a brief argument, the man left, but returned half an hour later wearing a mask.
As he brought his six-pack of beer to the till, he took off his mask and they argued again.
“The perpetrator then pulled out a revolver and shot him straight in the head,” prosecutor Kai Fuhrmann said.
The 49-year-old suspect turned himself in and told cops he felt “cornered” by the coronavirus measures, as it was an “ever-growing infringement on his rights” and he had seen “no other way out”, Fuhrmann said.