Shots fired, literally: Man filmed bringing a gun to a stick fight

Shots fired, literally: Man filmed bringing a gun to a stick fight

- A video has been gone viral on social media which shows a man taking a gun to a stick fight

- The video shows a brawl outside and a man running while discharging a firearm

- The footage sparked a massive reaction online and we took a look at some of the comments

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A video has surfaced on social media which shows a fight breaking out between a group of men. At first, some of the men attack each other with what appear to be sticks.

However, the next moment, a man runs up brandishing a gun. Before long, he discharges the weapon in the direction of a group of men running away.

The video was posted on Intelligence Bureau SA's Facebook page.

According to the site, the incident took place at Duckbill Road in Newland East, KwaZulu-Natal, on Saturday.

However, no further information on what caused the fight were given, nor is it known if there was any fatalities or arrests.

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Briefly.co.za gathered the video sparked a massive reaction, reaching over 98 000 views in just a few hours.

While many were shocked by the footage, most slammed the cameraman for his poor filming skills.

Dumisani C Velani commented: "On behalf of the cameraman I apologise for the poor quality of the video clip, an earthquake was felt whilst recording."
Jean Claude Gozae wrote: "I wish the camera was held by either one of those green shirt guys so I could have closer look."
Prince Iyiola Taofeek added: "Can we please donate R5 each to this cameraman for quality training on video recording. He can't continue wasting our time and data."

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Take a look at the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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