Paris: turned away at the entrance to Laura Pausini’s concert, he opens fire on the Accor Arena

Paris: turned away at the entrance to Laura Pausini’s concert, he opens fire on the Accor Arena


A man was arrested during the evening of Monday near the Accor Hotel Arena in Paris (12th arrondissement) after having fired seventeen bullets at the emergency exit. It is 8 p.m. on Boulevard de Bercy when this man appears in front of the VIP access to the establishment which is hosting a concert by the Italian singer Laura Pausini. But he has neither ticket nor invitation, and he is turned away by security agents.

Fortunately, no one was near the glass door that the man riddled with bullets. LP/Benjamin Derveaux

He then heads towards an emergency exit, located about a hundred meters from the entrance. He pulls out a gun and opens fire numerous times at a glass door. Fortunately no one is nearby.

“The security agents spoke with him to bring him back to his senses. They managed to make him put down his weapon before controlling him,” specifies a source close to the case. A police patrol arrived quickly and arrested the suspect before taking him to the police station. The police seized the weapon, a 7.65 caliber Browning Walther PP semi-automatic pistol. On site, forensic technicians found seventeen shell casings, two unimpacted bullets and the remains of warheads deformed by the impact. 17 impacts were noted on the glazing.

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