A group of young men filming a video for social media found themselves in trouble Tuesday evening.Surrey RCMP was called just before 7 p.m. to Mud Bay Park after reports a man with a gun had put another man in a headlock and dragged him into the bushes.A large number of officers responded and when they arrived arrested 12 men between the ages of 25 and 30 years old.
However then it turns out the group was filming a TikTok video. They had two pistol-style airsoft guns in the bushes one baseball bat one camera and a chair with a rope.Police have a duty to respond to all weapons calls as legitimate public safety concerns Cpl. Elenore Sturko with Surrey RCMP said in a media release.This group of young men put themselves and others at risk as a result of their poor decision making.
Airsoft pistols and other replica firearms are best left at home or better yet for the safety and well-being of our community please do not buy one.After this discovery, police released the men and issued them a $200 bylaw ticket for Section 33 of the Parks Regulation Bylaw.Sidhu moose wale de bhot sare fan ne india ch per kuj fans bhar vi ne canda amrika te europe ch per eh video ch dekho osde fans nal ki hoea.This prohibits the carrying of an airgun within a park without the prior written permission of the general manager.
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