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In Stockholm, Camel Man Returns With Chainsaw

In Stockholm, Camel Man Returns With Chainsaw
Carl-Johan Karlsson

It was quite an entrance earlier this week in Stockholm, when a man came rushing into a local bar holding a revving chainsaw. The guests managed to flee through the backdoor and no one was harmed, reports Swedish daily Expressen.

Following the suspect's arrest on Tuesday, it was revealed that he had a history of bad first impressions. Last summer, the same Swede rode a camel into a hotel in Turkey, attacking guests and staff with a wooden club. "I have no idea why he's doing this," commented prosecutor Sonja Seligmann.

Expressen suggest one possible clue: during the hotel incident in Turkey, the man had a blood-alcohol concentration of 3.5.

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