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A video grab shows the youth sitting on the bonnet of a vehicle with a gun.
Gulf Today Report
Saudi authorities have arrested a young man armed with weapons, according to a report in the local media.
Riyadh Police have confirmed the arrest and identified the person as Abdullah Al Barqawi.
Abdullah was arrested after a video of him surfaced on social media showing him shooting in front of a lioness, with patches of blood.
In the video, the young man appeared in clothes resembling colours of the American flag and with a mask on his face, sitting on the bonnet of a four-wheeled vehicle.
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A number of weapons are visible inside the vehicle.
After a while he takes a gun and fires in the air, which scares the lioness.
The location and timing of the video is not yet clear as authorities probe the incident.
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