Tue Feb 26, 2013, 06:20 PM
Initech (41,947 posts)
Go go dancer stops ax wielding maniac at gay bar
This, ladies and gentlemen is why you don't see mass ax murders:
A go-go dancer at a Phoenix gay bar helped subdue an unruly bar patron on Feb. 17.
Thirty people were in the bar at the time and some of them helped hold the man down until police arrived.
40-year-old Lawrence Aguirre faces charges for allegedly going after patrons and staff at the Oz bar with an ax.
"I really thought my life was in danger, I'm pretty sure everybody else did too," said Adrian Carlos Maldonado, Oz bar manager.
Maldonado was managing the bar on Bethany Home Road and 18th Avenue last Saturday night, when the incident happened.
He says Aguirre was at the gay bar with his girlfriend when they started arguing.
"I told him was done, I couldn't serve him any more for the night...he got irate," said Maldonado. "After I escorted him out, he went out to the car, picked up an ax and came back at us."
Maldonado was inside, holding the door closed while he says Aguirre hit it with the ax.
- See more at: http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/story/21316451/2013/02/23/go-go-dancer-helps-subdue-man-wielding-ax-at-phoenix-gay-bar#sthash.tcwqntzp.dpuf
The only thing that will stop a bad guy with an ax is... pretty much anybody. Anyone have shades of that homeless hitchhiker from Fresno a couple weeks ago?
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Response to HooptieWagon (Reply #3)
Tue Feb 26, 2013, 09:12 PM
Heather MC (6,222 posts)
7. Well Darn, if only people would stop letting themselves be killed
there would be no violence
"All we are saying, is give peace a chance" John Lennon
Response to Initech (Original post)
Tue Feb 26, 2013, 06:57 PM
alcibiades_mystery (29,622 posts)
4. "at the gay bar with his girlfriend..."
Well, there you have it...
"Take the wild ones. They're my favorites. It's the side effects that save us." - The National, "Graceless"