Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A scientist, researching at Russia’s Antarctic station, allegedly wounded and harmed a colleague after an enthusiastic breakdown after the latter was kept revealing the endings of books he was reading. Fifty-five-year-old Sergey Savitsky and his 52-year-old colleague Oleg Beloguzov passed the long hours in a remote station in Antarctica by reading. Frequently, Beloguzov would continue uncovering book endings, irritating Savitsky to no end. On October 9, in the canteen of Bellingshausen station on King George Island, Savitsky supposedly attacked Beloguzov with a knife, causing injuries. He later surrendered to the station supervisor voluntarily. Savitsky has been charged of attempted murder at the station and set under house capture until December 8, announced Russian news organization Interfax. The harmed scientist has been sent to a hospital in Chile. This supposedly the main case of a man being accused of a homicide offer in the Antartica. Bellingshausen Station is a Russian Antarctic station at Collins Harbor, on King George Island of the South Shetland Islands. Temperatures here plunge to −6.5 °C in cool months and accomplishes a high of 1.5 °C in its hottest month.