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This Man was Shot on His Head Because of a Selfie Photo

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 4 - 2022
Head Shot

Head Shot

Yet again, the fever of selfie has taken another victim. Just like the previous article on Jared Michael who got kicked by a train driver when he posed for a selfie near a train, this time, the bad luck is on the side of a Mexico city guy.

We do not know what exactly inside the head of this young man. Because of his desire to look cool, he posed himself with a gun pointing on his head while taking a selfie. Unfortunately, the gun was blown and the poor guy was dead not long after. Read the rest of this entry »

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