The perpetrator of the murder of the 26-year-old in Greece who admitted the crime in front of the police has been shocked by his confession. The 30-year-old said he killed his partner because they confused the way to the destination where they had left.
According to Greek media, the couple had taken the road to another location on the island of Folegandros, but got confused. That was why he started quarreling with his girlfriend, making her guilty of it.
The quarrel took on tragic proportions after the 26-year-old was pushed by her killer boyfriend into a precipice and ended up in the sea dying.
During the confession the 30-year-old stated that he inadvertently stopped by the rocks and at that moment she got out of the scared car. When police asked him after pushing the girl he said it happened in a fit of rage and that he did not intend to kill her.
On Sunday afternoon, the autopsy results came out due to the death of the girl. She had been alive by the time he pushed her into the sea. The death is suspected to have come as a result of drowning while the injuries were caused by the collision on the rocks.