The rules were simple. The guns are invisible or made by pointing your finger. When you get the signal, point at someone, say "Bang!" and lie down. That's what organizers of a flash mob at an Ottawa, Canada, mall posted, and that's just what Henrick Vierula and Stephane Laurence-Pressault did. And because of that police have charged them with mischief and disturbing the peace.
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