As bullets were blasted into crowd of concertgoers Sunday night in Las Vegas, footage of a man flipping off the gunman while holding a can of beer has circulated on social media.
As bullets were blasted into crowd of concertgoers Sunday night in Las Vegas, footage of a man flipping off the gunman while holding a can of beer has circulated on social media. THE SUN
As bullets were blasted into crowd of concertgoers Sunday night in Las Vegas, footage of a man flipping off the gunman while holding a can of beer has circulated on social media. THE SUN

Amid gunfire, man flipped off Las Vegas gunman while holding a can of beer

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