Three men were shot and killed after they made fun of their friend's poor shooting skills, Ocala, Fla., police said.
The Sun Sentinel reports that bouncer Andrew Joseph Lobban, 31, allegedly told police he shot his three friends outside of a local nightclub early Sunday morning after they "punked" him by recording and then watching an embarrassing video of his gun misfiring.
The Ocala Star Banner reports that the incident, which allegedly lead to the killings, took place days earlier at a gun range. Lobban's gun misfired and one of the victims, likely Josue "Sway" Santiago, 25, filmed the incident and showed it to the other victims, Benjamin Larz Howard, 23 and Jerry Lamar Bynes Jr., 20, authorities said.
According to a police report sent to The Huffington Post, Lobban told cops he intended to shoot Santiago and hit the other two victims "by mistake." All three men were shot in the head, according to the report.
Lobban is charged with three counts of first-degree murder.