When a man with a gun takes over a sports bar

An Australian sports bar owner has been banned from returning to the premises after his naked drink was accidentally lit.

A video posted to Facebook by an unnamed patron shows a man wearing a hoodie, mask and balaclava with a “Fireball” logo around his face.

He can be seen handing over a “naked” drink to the bouncer, who appears to light it on fire.

The video was posted to the Facebook page of the Kmart Sports Bar in Melbourne’s west.

“The owner of the Sports Bar, Tim Hester, is not allowed to return,” Kmart posted on Tuesday.

It added that the company would be investigating whether the incident was an act of vandalism.

Kmart said it was “shocked and disappointed” at the incident.

“We are investigating whether this incident is a deliberate act of violence, and if so, we will act on this,” a statement from the company said.

The ABC understands Hester is the owner of a Kmart store in Sydney, which was closed for the holiday season.

The Kmart’s Facebook page has since been taken down.

On Monday night, police said they were investigating a “loud bang” that occurred at the bar.

Police said a woman had gone to the store to retrieve a drink after returning home from work.

She reported a “very loud bang” at about 11:30pm on Monday night and went to a nearby hospital.

She later died from her injuries.

A statement from Victoria Police said: “Victoria Police is conducting an investigation into the cause of the explosion.”

Police said the woman had not been charged.