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Germany: Mystery over Japanese chef's island death


May 17. 2013 7:36AM
Associated Press

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(AP) Authorities in Germany are investigating the death of a Japanese chef following a fight with two customers who had complained about his food.


Prosecutors say Miki Nozawa died Monday following a brawl with the two men at a nightclub near his restaurant on the North Sea resort island of Sylt.


German tabloid newspaper Bild reported the men had refused to pay for a dish of fried rice with vegetables and beef.


The paper described Nozawa as a "star chef" who previously worked in Berlin and Sardinia.


Prosecutors' spokesman Ruediger Meienburg said Friday that an autopsy determined the cause of death was a brain hemorrhage but further tests were needed to determine if the bleeding was due to the fight.


In the meantime, no formal charges have been filed.


Associated Press


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