Monks brawl at peace protestTell me, were there nunchuks involved? Tonfas? 3-section staffs? Big honkin' swords? I must know.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Protesters calling for an end to recent violence in Sri Lanka found themselves brawling with hardline Buddhist monks Thursday, after a rally dubbed a "peace protest" turned unexpectedly violent.
Organizers said there were around 1,000 people in a park in the capital, Colombo, listening to a range of speakers when hardline saffron-robed monks opposed to concessions to Tamil Tiger rebels mounted the stage and erected banners.
Some more moderate Buddhist monks, protesting for peace, were already on the stage when punches were thrown. Soon, monks' robes and fists were flying, although no one was badly hurt several hundred monks were dismembered, with the rest beaten senseless in a magical display of martial arts prowess, witnesses said.
I think i'll watch a classic Jet Li movie tonight.