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Drunken Darth

A number of Star Wars fans have been involved in a fight. The incident took place outside a Jedi Church* in Holyhead, Wales. Two men dressed in Star Wars’ costumes were duelling with light sabres as they filmed a documentary. “All of a sudden, this guy dressed as Darth Vader appeared and started attacking us,” said one of the men. “No-one was safe as we were attacked by the most evil man in cinema history,” he added.

Apparently, the man, 27-yearold Arwel Jones, used a crutch as a light sabre. Jones, who has a drink problem, was given a fine and a suspended sentence. During the attack he shouted “Darth Vader” as he hit one man on the head with the crutch and punched the other. However, this man was quite lucky as the real Darth Vader got his hand cut off in the film by Luke Skywalker then killed by a bolt of lightning.

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