He rocked the hurricane! The American Lane Pittman aus Florida trotzte mit nacktem Oberkörper und einer gehörigen Dröhnung Slayer Hurricane Matthew. Während der Wind durch die Strassen peitschte, he let the song „Raining Blood“ his hair flying, headbanging middle of the road and waved to a US flag. He could thereby hardly left to give, but obviously made him simply fun, einem tödlichen Wirbelsturm ins Gesicht zu lachen. „It was an emotional roller coaster“, said Pittman local Press. When he his actions did not refrain despite police order, took him with the cops. Before Hurricane Matthew had called in the Caribbean several hundreds of deaths…
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