A French national who lived in Bali, Indonesia where he acted like the world belonged to him was shot dead in a standoff with police.
Amokrane Sabet was a roid raging meat-head about whom the local police received numerous complaints for threatening behavior and harassment of neighbors in Berawa, where he lived for two years. He would for example order food in a restaurant, but refuse to pay for it and threaten manager with death. He also shouted insults and threats at random people, drove around recklessly and showed finger to people whom he endangered, provoked fights with locals and foreign tourists, and otherwise made himself relevant by causing discomfort to others. Moreover, he overstayed his Indonesia visa, which expired in September 2015.
Police had summoned Sabet by mail, but he never showed up. So the police came to him with a warrant for arrest, to which he responded by attacking them and stabbing one policeman to death.
Bali Police then coordinated with the French Consulate General to execute a raid. During the standoff, the police fired numerous warning shots, but Sabet kept acting like a lunatic until his neutralization. The fatal shot looks a bit questionable, but I can understand why whoever fired it had had enough.