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Elderly men fight for bingo parking spot and other bizarre news
First Published Apr 09 2013 12:05 pm • Last Updated Apr 09 2013 12:05 pm

From senior citizens fighting about a parking spot for bingo night to a 5-year-old banned from school because of a haircut, this edition of the bizarre blotter delivers on odd news.

Elderly men fight for bingo parking spot and other bizarre news

Seniors fight it out on bingo night in Florida(Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty)An 84-year-old man is accused of pepper-spraying a 67-year-old man in a recent fight about parking spots outside a bingo night in Florida. The alleged victim, security guard Michael Burke, had put crates in two disabled-accessible spots to save them for a pair of elderly women. Before the women arrived, though, Donald Handa drove up, moved the crates and parked his car. The two men began fighting and Handa allegedly ...

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