A man who was killed in the Temple Bar area of Dublin on Friday may have died "in a row over 70 cent," according to the Journal.ie.
The 40-year-old man, who was named in the report at Noel Fagan from Finglas, was kicked to death at the junction of Wellington Quay and Fownes Street, the Evening Herald reports.
Fagan and another man reportedly became involved in an argument over the small amount of money, and a fight broke out when he offered 40 cent instead.
The Irish Daily Mirror has a conflicting account, reporting that the fight broke out in an internet cafe, when Fagan "went over the allotted time by about 30 or 40 cent."
A 34-year-old man was arrested regarding the incident and remains in custody.
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