Guy Shoots Two Men Who 'Catcalled His Girlfriend' At A Petrol Station
CCTV footage from a petrol station caught the moment a driver opened fire on a group of men because they had 'catcalled his girlfriend' who was sat inside the car.
Police in Houston, Texas, are still searching for the gunman, who was last seen driving away in a black Dodge Charger following the shooting.
According to officers, the driver and his partner were walking into the petrol station shop at around 11am on Wednesday when two men said something aimed at the woman's appearance.
The boyfriend became upset with the comments and began to argue with the other two men that were there, according to KPRC.
An argument broke out and the boyfriend grabbed a gun from the car, shooting at the two men that 'catcalled' at his girlfriend. The man were shot in the legs after he fired at least six shots, according to police.
CCTV footage shows the victims drop to the floor before scrambling to their feet and running away from the car, with two of them hopping as a result of their injuries.
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The two victims were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and it is believed that one has been released while the other had to undergo surgery.
The MailOnline reported that the gunman has not been identified and there have been no arrests made.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern: I "do not understand" U.S. gun laws pic.twitter.com/DRXm99y0JW
- TIME (@TIME) May 14, 2019
Months ago New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern questioned why America hadn't changed gun laws following multiple mass shootings.
Following the Christchurch terror attack back in March, Ms Ardern announced sweeping changes to her country's gun laws. It's something that people have called for in the US after every single mass shooting, but hasn't eventuated.
In an interview, Ms Ardern told CNN: "Australia experienced a massacre and changed their laws. New Zealand had its experience and changed its laws. To be honest, I do not understand the United States.
"We will continue to be a food-producing nation that deals with animal welfare issues and so on, and has a practical purpose and use for guns, but you can draw a line and say that that does not mean that you need access to military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles.
"You do not. And New Zealanders, by and large, absolutely agreed with that position."
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