Man in court for shooting at H2O party

2013-09-30 15:41

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 Johannesburg - A man is due to appear in court for a shooting at a party in Boksburg at the weekend which was attended by 15 000 people, it was reported on Monday.

The man is alleged to have fired shots into the crowd at the H2O dance party on Saturday at the Wild Waters Complex, The Star reported.

A man who was at the party tweeted that three shots were fired in the VVIP area. The party’s PR manager said that no one was injured.

Weapons were not allowed at the event and it is unclear how the gun passed through security checks.

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