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Woman shot her boyfriend: He snored

Fortvivelse. Powerlessness. Frustration. It can be something as annoying to lie awake next to his snoring partner.

Therefore took an american woman from the state of Florida a dramatic choice. She shot her boyfriend.

The typing of several international media including the New York Post, The Daily Mail and lokalmediet Orlando.com

Wednesday night was 47-year-old Lorie Morin enough of his girlfriend, Brett Allgoods, deafening snoring. She took a gun forward and shot him in the armpit.

The violent noise of the city, as pistolskuddet caused, got worried neighbours to call the police, which were met with strong in numbers up at the couple's address.

Police found Brett Allgood landscape and writhe in pain in a puddle of blood in the couple's bed.

Lorie Morin said the same, that the gun had gone of accidentally.

Brett Allgoods damage, however, was so severe that he was flown by helicopter to the nearest hospital.

At the police station was Lorie Morin questioned, but the police had a hard time believing her story.

She tried to seem upset about it, while she held her hands in front of his face, but she gave never a tear through the entire interrogation, the police according to the media.

Lorie Morin changed his story several times. Among other things, should her boyfriend have tried to remove the gun from her when it suddenly went of.

When Brett Allgood lay in the hospital bed, he could explain to the police what exactly happened.

Shortly after Lorie Morin arrested.

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