A 'family man' who was stabbed to death in south London in a reported row over cigarettes 'didn't have a bad bone in his body', friends have said.
Dennis Anderson, 39, died in East Dulwich in the early hours of Sunday morning when he was reportedly confronted in a corner shop.
His friends have said Mr Anderson was a painter-decorator who was devoted to his teenage daughter and had never even been in a fight before.
Mr Anderson is said to have been returning home from a friend's party when he was asked for a cigarette in a convenience store.
Witnesses said an argument ensued in which he was attacked and killed.