Put your arms in the air, declare karaoke pundits

Put your arms in the air, declare karaoke pundits

It's not unusual at military ceremonies, or even on big political occasions, for soldiers to fire volleys of shots into the air, but celebrating your return from a karaoke bar by discharging firearms skywards really is a bit much.

Nonetheless, four gangsters did just that, leaving other road users terrified, as they drove along Street 1986 at midnight on Tuesday after a night of singing and boozing.

Bystanders called the cops, resulting in 20 officers turning up after 20 minutes, much too late to apprehend the trigger happy revellers.

Koh Santepheap

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