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Malmö police called in during screening of horror flick Annabelle

Published måndag 27 oktober 2014 kl 11.37
Several cinemas in France have cancelled screenings of horror flick "Annabelle". Photo: Warner bros/AP/TT

Police in Malmö had to kick a person out of a movie theater on Sunday night, during a screening of the horror film Annabelle, which has prompted teen riots in France.

Speaking to newspaper Sydsveskan, an information officer with the Skåne police confirmed that there were several people who were misbehaving and bothering other people in the audience during the showing of the movie, but everyone shaped up when they were ordered to, except the one, who was thrown out.

The movie concerns a possessed doll, and has been causing trouble for theatres in France. Cinemas in Marseille, Montpelier, Strasbourg and Paris have canceled screenings, according to media reports, as the teenage audiences were throwing popcorn, tearing up seats, and even urinating on them.

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