An excerpt from a wedding video airing on NTV television shows a man addressing the groom, then whipping out a pistol, pointing it to his head and pulling the trigger with a click.
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The origins of Russian roulette are not clear, but Czarist-era officers are believed to have taken chances with revolvers that held one bullet.
The Komsomolskaya Pravda daily reported Tuesday that the victim in the December incident was hospitalized with a severe head wound. It says the man who gave him the gun has been charged with hooliganism.
(AP) MOSCOW — Russian television has aired a video of a wedding guest shooting himself in the head with a rubber bullet in a game of Russian roulette.
The man gives the gun to another man who then shoots himself in the temple and falls to the ground.
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