Bar Owner Loses At Russian Roulette And Blows Brains Out

CENPublished: March 26, 2018
Published: March 26, 2018

This is the terrible moment a bar owner reportedly playing Russian Roulette in his joint loses and shoots himself in the head.

A plume of smoke marks the tragic end of Nasir Khan, 32, a bar owner in the capital city of New Delhi, in northern India.

It was left by the bullet which entered his brain as he sat in the Onn Lounge and Bar which he co-owned with a friend.

CCTV footage clearly shows Nasir pulling the gun towards his head - then the puff of smoke signalling the end of his life.

Police were told by his friends that he was playing around with a pistol before he put it to his temple and pulled the trigger. "He was playing Russian Roulette," they told police.

But Aslam Khan, deputy commissioner of police, seemed to indicate that it was not Russian Roulette leaving open the possibility that it was suicide.

Russian Roulette is the life-or-death game of loading a single bullet into a revolver, spinning the cylinder and pulling the trigger while the weapon is pointed at one's head.

And Awadh Khan, the dead man's uncle, apparently did not believe the footage was conclusive, claiming his nephew was murdered by a business rival.

"He and three associates had opened the pub a year ago. Someone must have planned to murder him to take over his share of the ownership," he added.

The probe into the macabre death is ongoing.

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