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The Masked Tulip

Man with machetes threatens tourists on La Concha beach, San Sebastian, Spain

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I think there have been instances of people doing that sort of thing in Britain and being shot dead.  Indigenous of course.

Wasn't there a case some time ago of that happening with someone wielding a table leg or something like that (mistaken as a gun) never mind a machete.

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