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Drunken driver busts up some fishy business

An inebriated man went fishing for trouble on Wednesday and found it.

Police say witnesses saw the 30-year-old tailing a group of six people on his motorbike as they drove to a club in the capital’s Chamkarmon district.

From behind, the man repeatedly attempted to kick over their bikes to no avail. Eventually, the man swerved out of control and ploughed directly into a fried fish stall.

The targets of his unexplained wrath drove on as our hero was left to argue with the fish seller, who demanded $100 but settled for $37.50.

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