On September 21st, three days after the assassination of Pavlos Fyssas by a Nazi trash in Piraeus, an antifascist gathering took place outside the Golden Dawn offices in the town of Argostoli, on Cephalonia Island. Approximately 80 protesters (students, leftists, residents, and anarchists) attended the activity distributing texts, throwing fliers, and shouting slogans. At a certain moment, antifascists paint-bombed the facade of the Nazi offices. A Goldendawner then came out on the balcony of the first floor, and started to spray protesters with a water hose. In response, people who got angry threw stones and various objects at him and the building. The antifascist intervention ended with a small march in the town centre, where the crowd dispersed.