Allaetin Can, a kebab shop owner in Turkey, was arrested after witnesses said he was outside their shop hitting, kicking, and strangling his wife. The defense? They were dancing in joy after having a good day at the business. It does not help that the alleged local dance is called Kolbasti which means “caught red-handed by the police”.
The defense has introduced videos of people doing the Kolbasti to show that it is a violent dance step. Well, you stepped repeated over your partner.
Can said that his Kebab shop just had a great lunchtime business and he and his teenage sister decided to do the dance.
The dance was developed in the 1930s by by the city’s drunks who were regularly rounded up by police. Mr. Can insisted “I’m happy to dance with my wife and my family. What’s wrong with that?”
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The incident took place in New Zealand:
I’m puzzled… The YouTube versions don’t seem particularly violent. Surely the witnesses, being Turkish, know about the local customs. I wonder what the wife has to say about the event.
“the turkish mosh pit”
stay away from the turkish mosh pit
Can you still buy hashish in Turkey? Maybe Obama need to invite them over for a Beer and Turkey Hash?
wow, a Turkish Tango….
Inventive … I’d advise customers not to leave large tips … god only knows how the owner would celebrate such generosity with said customer.
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