Man claiming to be a UFC fighter shoots 8 people in a bar in Texas. He open fired after being told he was too drunk to enter the bar.
After being denied entry into a bar in Texas for being too drunk, a man claiming to be a UFC fighter from California open fired on the bar. 8 people were left wounded by the attack. Fortunately, no one lost their life during the shooting.
San Antonio police chief William McManus said in a press conference that a manhunt for the shooter was already underway. The shooter was part of a group of several women and a couple of men, all of whom were turned away from the bar.
— San Antonio PD (@SATXPolice) June 13, 2020
Man claiming to be a UFC fighter shoots 8 people in a bar in Texas
“At about 11.30pm we got a call for shots being fired from a bar across the street. Officers arrived on the scene and what they found was that eight people had been shot from the bar across the street,” Chief McManus said.
“One of the two males then made a statement that, ‘Don’t you know who I am? I’m a UFC fighter from California’ — and they walked away.
“He then walked back to his car, pulled out a long rifle, walked back across the street and he opened fire.
“He hit eight individuals. None of them are deceased. They are in stable condition. The most serious one was one that was hit in the back.”
Of the 8 victims, 5 were women and 3 were men. No one was mortally wounded while 2 only suffered grazes and declined hospital treatment.
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