Safe to go to ... Sicily!
If you're one of those people who plan vacations only after googling your intended location +"serial killer" just to be on the safe side, you can once again add Sicily to your list of possible spots to visit.
The Italian island had been plagued by a man know as "The Monster of Cassibile", who'd killed five people and injured another four between 1998 and 2009.
But police have arrested one Guiseppe Raeli, know locally as "Pippo The Wolf" (really, you'd have thought police might have thought to chat to anyone with such a nickname a wee bit earlier in a series of murder cases) in connection with the crimes.
And it turns out that Pippo would try to kill people whom he thought owed him as little as 200 Euros (around $250) for odd jobs. Just the sort of person you didn't want to hand your cases to when first arriving in town, and then tip him short for lugging them to your villa...
Pictured is of course a scene from The Godfather Part II, which was in no way linked to Pippo The Wolf, but did, we think, show how an idyllic island and a murderous culture could co-exist nicely.