brazilian jiu jitsu great shot in head at club One of Brazil's most noteworthy Jiu Jitsu bosses ever, Leandro Lo, has been shot in the head in a club in Sao Paulo.

Lo, 33, was at a club in the Saude neighborhood when he was purportedly shot by an off the clock cop who is presently on the run, police said.

Lo was taken to emergency clinic where he was announced mind dead hours after the fact. He was one of the best Jiu Jitsu competitors ever, having brought home the World Championships multiple times.

As indicated by a police report seen by nearby media, Lo - whose complete name is Leandro Lo Pereira do Nascimento - was moved toward by an off the clock cop 

while out with companions at the Clube Sirio - a games and social club toward the south of the capital. Witnesses said the cop began making compromising signals 

with a glass bottle at the table. Lo then, at that point, immobilized him and advised him to disappear.  The cop then, at that point, supposedly threatened to use a weapon out and shot 

Lo in the temple, police said. Lo was raced to emergency clinic, where he was pronounced cerebrum dead, as indicated by his family attorney. His family said his condition is irreversible.

An endeavored murder examination has been opened and police are looking for the suspect, police said. 

Lo brought home the World Championships multiple times in three different weight classes, an unsurpassed record.