Please Note: Never Try To Grab A Cop’s Magazine – It Could Lead To Your ‘VENTILATION’

How did this dude expect this would play out?

An unidentified man was shot several times and died in hospital after an altercation with a police officer in Huntington Beach, CA.

It was all caught on video by bystanders.

Horrifying footage has emerged of a cop shooting a man seven times outside a 7-Eleven in California on Friday morning.

The unidentified man died in hospital shortly after being wounded by the Huntington Beach Police Officer at around 9.30am.

Witnesses say the officer opened fire after the man grabbed the gun magazine from his belt.

Seriously… don’t EVER touch an officer’s weapons. You’re just inviting trouble.

Watch the news report:

‘At 9.30am, an officer contacted a subject outside the 7-Eleven. At that time, an altercation ensued between the suspect and the officer and an officer-involved shooting occurred.

‘The suspect was transported to an area hospital where he later died,’ they said.

The incident is now under investigation. It is not known whether the officer involved is still working or if he has been taken out of the field.
Source: Daily Mail

Watch the initial altercation where the man grabbed the police officer:

We won’t show the (GRAPHIC FOOTAGE) here, but we will link to it for those who want the full story

Whoa, Nelly! That guy just didn’t follow the police officer’s instructions.

He went after the officer and then grabbed at his magazine.

That is a deathwish.

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