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Two men booted from California strip club over refusal to wear face masks charged for allegedly shooting up business with AK-47

Two men booted from California strip club over refusal to wear face masks charged for allegedly shooting up business with AK-47
A pair of men allegedly booted from a California strip club over their refusal to wear face masks have been charged with returning to the establishment and opening fire with an AK-47.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> Two California men accused of opening fire with an AK-47 on a strip club they had been kicked out of for refusing to wear masks were charged Monday.(Anthony DelMundo / New York Daily News) A pair of men allegedly booted from a California strip club over their refusal to wear face masks have been charged with returning to the establishment and opening fire with an AK-47.Most Read Prosecutors said the group was escorted from the strip club on Oct.31 after both Nava-Ayala and Ocampo refused to wear face masks inside, a rule implemented in a bid to help slow the fast-spreading coronavirus.

A third man, Juan Acosta Soto, was also charged with multiple counts of assault with a machine gun, according to a press release from the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.They are being held at the Orange County Jail on $5 million bail each.

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