Verona Times

Malignant brawl between Capulets and Montagues

A bloody brawl

Yesterday evening in the city of Verona Mercutio, Tybalt and the son of Lady and Lord Montague - Romeo had a bloody brawl.
This was the fourth brawl between the Capulets and Montagues yesterday evening. Tybalt looked eager to kill Romeo and nobody knows why. We spoke to Lord Capulet in the party and he revealed that Tybalt looked furious as he left the party. When Tybalt and Mercutio started waving their swords neither of them were safe. But when Tybalt threatened Romeo, Romeo refused to fight back, he said "Till thou shalt know the reason of my love, and so good Capulet, which name I tender as dearly as my own, be satisfied". After that was said Tybalt was furious and puzzled by what Romeo had said.

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Adriano, a citizen from fair Verona was a witness at the scene and reported "Tension filled the air as Tybalt focused on Mercutio". Adriano told us that Tybalt slaughtered Mercutio after Romeo stepped in and struggled to stop the clash between the two. Then Tybalt disappeared and Mercutio died next to his best friend and cousin- Romeo. Romeo was fiery and went after Tybalt. Romeo found Tybalt and was so heated about Tybalt slaying Mercutio so Romeo did not think and swung his sword down and plowed into Tybalt. Tybalt dropped to the floor and Benvolio saw everything. Benvolio told Romeo to run away because he was going to get caught. Next the Prince turned up and asked “Benvolio who began this bloody fray?” Benvolio told him everything that had happened and then the prince had to make a decision; to capture Romeo and kill him or to leave it because Tybalt first slayed Mercutio and then Romeo killed Tybalt so the job was done. The prince in the end decided to banish Romeo and to not come back.

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This week in Verona temperatures will rise close to 40˚C. The sun will be blazing down so beware of the heat. There might be some rain drizzling down to but the heat will be worse. This is probably what caused the blood of Tybalt boiling.