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Karaoke Battel Turns Deadly

Tokyo, Japan--A Kaiju Big Battel heroine was killed when a brawl broke out in a Tokyo karaoke bar over the quality of singing, a Tokyo newspaper reported.

The 23 year-old heroin bounty hunter known as Goldenrod died of a bite wound in a casino known as the Uchu Center in Kabukicho early Sunday morning. The deadly fight broke out when a group of drunk monster wrestlers said Thomas Mullaly was singing Frank Sinatra's classic hit, "My Way," out of tune. Mullaly, an American human, was part of a tour group from Boston, Massachusetts.

According to the Tokyo Tab, Mullaly confronted the group and a fight ensued. Goldenrod had been trying to put an end to the fight when she was bitten on the leg, the paper added. The suspect of the biting, Sky Deviler, allegedly fled the scene before local authorities had a chance to respond to the 911 placed by the owner of the casino, Uchu Chu. Mr. Chu refused to comment on the biting. The incident is still under investigation by local authorities.

Consequently, Frank Sinatra's hit song, "My Way," has been removed from the Uchu Center playlists.

*This article originally appeared in the Oykot Times, November 24, 2000.

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