A male entertainer wreaked havoc in Perth’s CBD on Sunday.
Nine News Perth Reportedly, detectives closed King Street and flocked to the area after several people raised the alarm. There was a man outside Lenny’s, wearing a SWAT uniform and brandishing an assault rifle.
A 31-year-old man described himself as an adult entertainer who had been booked into a nearby party and was preparing costumes on the street.
The costume is said to have included a gel blaster gun, which is illegal in Western Australia.
He was taken into custody and later charged with possessing a prohibited weapon and arming himself in a manner likely to cause fear.
A WA Police spokesman said the Nollamara man will appear in Perth Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
“The man is said to have parked on King Street and taken a suitcase out of the car,” he said.
Additionally, the man allegedly had a gel blaster gun on the ground, similar in design to an AR-15 assault rifle, wore boots, and wore a black military-style mesh vest with “SWAT” embossed on it. increase. return.
“Citizens witnessed this at various stages and called police out of fear that the firearm was real.
“Police were present at the scene under emergency conditions and arrested the man without incident.
“There was no real threat to the community, and the uniform the man wore proved to be part of his adult entertainment work.”
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