So a few days ago I went out of town to help a friend settle in a new apartment, I left my violin at home since I was not going to be gone long. Anyway, my brother decided to use my violin for a gig and nucleated to tell me about it. To make a long story short he snapped three of the four strings and broke my bridge doing god knows what. He is a professional musician so I was very shocked to come home and find my violin in this state. I have since replaced and had my violin checked up on, but I still feel that I need to repay my brother for his "kindness." What do you all think I should do? I am leaning heavily on pawning his viola as a joke since he is strapped for cash and wouldn't be able to buy it back. Though that seems a bit crule.
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