| Then there was the little one...
This article is in need of expansion. You can edit it in order to achieve a higher standard.
Iros was an old beggar who ran messages for the suitors in exchange for scraps of food. When Odysseus came home, disguised as a beggar, Iros thought the former was moving in on his territory. The two had an altercation where Odysseus crushed Iros' jaw and tossed him into the pigsty.