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A man set off a brawl in a Sandusky, Ohio, bar last week after the other patrons booed him off the stage for being a terrible singer. Twenty-year-old Isiah Johnson stormed off the stage after other bar-goers heckled his singing peformance. Bartenders removed him from the bar after he threw the microphone down in anger, but he came back later and refused to leave. When patrons and bartenders tried to throw him out again, he punched three people in the face and cops were called. Johnson was booked on "three counts of assault, underage consumption, obstructing official busines, resisting arrest and persistent intoxication." Yes, alcohol may have been involved.

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