Indikatupana amok case
Date March 1929
Location(s) Indikatupana, Sri Lanka
Killed 2
Injured 18
Weapon(s) Clasp knife

In March 1929 a pilgrim killed two people and seriously wounded 18 others at the Indikatupana (needle gorge) near Adam's Peak, Sri Lanka. The man started stabbing other pilgrims with a clasp knife after an insult against his wife and the other women in his party, and later surrendered himself to police in Hatton.[1][2]


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