Australia Terrifying moment a knife-wielding man goes on a slashing rampage near busy nightclubs in Adelaide before being tasered by police
Hong Kong police, protesters clash; hundreds of shops trashed
Hong Kong police and protesters exchanged tear gas and petrol bombs as an illegal anti-government march that attracted tens of thousands descended into chaos, with hundreds of shops trashed and Chinese banks and metro stations targeted. After two weeks of relative calm, the major rally showed that the pro-democracy campaign had not lost support and that hardcore protesters will continue to clash with police.Protesters dressed in black erected fiery barriers on Nathan Road, a major retail strip in the Kowloon district, as scores of riot police, shields in front, marched towards them, while others fired tear gas.
A man armed with a knife has allegedly gone on a rampage through a busy nightclub strip.
Hundreds of shocked bystanders watched on while the 26-year-old made his way through Hindley Street in Adelaide on Saturday night.
He allegedly threatened revellers who ran for their lives,reported.
Dramatic footage captured by a witness showed police tasering the man in a bid to subdue him.
The man was arrested and charged with threatening unlawful violence.
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An Australian tradesman who allegedly fly-kicked a motorcyclist on a drunken rampage in Bali has hugged his victim in court and begged for forgiveness. Nicholas Carr, 26, had drinks with friends in Kuta in August before he blacked out and was captured on video allegedly kicking Wayan Wirawan off his bike.The builder from Adelaide has signed a peace agreement with Mr Wirawan and paid him $4,500 to buy new glasses and mend his scooter.On Monday the pair were seen sitting next to each other in court and even hugged after the proceedings. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.
Nobody was hurt in the ordeal.
He was refused bail and will face court on Monday.
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