Haifa police investigating 'road roulette' case

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 2, 2007 08:21




Haifa police were questioning two boys aged 13 who were suspected of playing life threatening games on a main road overnight Wednesday. Three other boys who had allegedly participated in the incident fled from the scene. The boys were caught after a policeman spotted one of them lying on the road. After the policeman stepped out of his vehicle, he discovered that the boys were playing 'road roulette,' a game whose winner is the player who stands up as close as possible to an oncoming car. The group had filmed each other with a cellular phone camera.


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