MELBOURNE, Austrailia - Four men painted in blue and dressed as smurfs turned themselves in Tuesday after attacking a man at a convenience store in Australia last month, the Huffington Post reports.
The attack happened after one of the "smurfs" approached a man buying cigarettes and asked to have one on Dec. 16.
As the 37-year-old man began to hand over a cigarette, the suspect demanded that the victim light it before giving it to him.
When the man refused, he was assaulted, according to The Age. ( http://bit.ly/U3fTCx )
The victim reportedly passed out in a car and remembered what happened after he woke up .
After weeks of the authorities asking the public to help locate the men responsible, the suspects, between ages 18 – 19, turn themselves into the authorities.
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