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Club fight video puts man behind bars

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - It was a viral video that landed him behind bars and today, Kevin Keith Ngigarois appeared in court where he was formally charged with aggravated assault.

As we reported on Wednesday, Ngigarois is depicted in a 36-second video throwing a brutal punch to another man who falls unconscious.

Although the victim never reported the incident, the video circulated over social media and garnered the attention of law enforcement.

According to court documents, the victim admits to drinking that night and wasn't sure if he "started some trouble." when interviewed by police, Ngigarois says he was with cousins drinking in Tumon when the victim continued to call them out to fight.

Ngigarois is being held behind bars on $5,000 cash bail.
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