He was a good guy but he sometimes lost control.
We helped him many times.
We bought him food, clothes and a little gas stove to cook with. "He was unemployed and one time I got him a job in a pizzeria, near the Vucciria market.
But he packed it in after a month because he said it was too much work". Tullio's son Fabrizio said he had kept in touch with Gianfalla on Facebook. "The last time I heard from him he said he was going to Madagascar". Residents on the northeast Madagascar tourist island of Nosy Be went on a day-long rampage after a missing eight-year-old was reportedly found dead, killing Gianfalla and a French tourist, Sébastien Judalet, as well as an unidentified local man. They burned the bodies on a beach.