An accidental step on someone’s toes can be enough to set them off, and knowing when to walk away from a confrontation is just as important to avoiding conflict altogether.
In Los Angeles on January 4th, people were gathered at a nightclub to have a fun night hanging out and dancing. Two couples are seen on camera dancing, when one of the men accidentally steps on the other man’s foot.
Things escalated from there, and both men wouldn’t back down. When the man wearing the hat had enough and let his temper get too hot, he pulls out a gun and points it at the other man.
He shoots once, striking his target among a crowd of people.
Police are still looking for the man who pulled the trigger.
The wounded man was treated at a hospital and released. The gunman was described as Hispanic, about 35-40 years of age, about 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing about 180 pounds.via nbclosangeles.com
I’m going to take a guess and assume the person who pulled the trigger isn’t a legal concealed carrier. History shows us that concealed carriers are extremely law-abiding, and this doesn’t fit the equation. The fact that he:
- Carried illegally inside a bar,
- Used his gun in a non-self-defense situation, and
- Fled the scene,
would all point to illegal carry. Not to mention the fact that he fired his gun simply out of anger.
Luckily, no one else was shot during this idiot’s actions.
Watch the video below to learn more about the incident, see the full video, and take away some valuable lessons.