A man who was arrested on charges of fatally shooting three of his friends and co-workers after one of them "punk'd" him and videotaped it was denied bail Monday. Andrew Lobban, 31, admitted shooting the men because he was upset over a video made during a trip with friends to a local shooting range. The video, which reportedly was made in the past few weeks, reportedly showed Andrew having trouble firing a gun after one of the men slipped the wrong size of ammunition into his gun. Police said Andrew was upset that his friends, who all worked as bouncers at Ocala Entertainment Complex, made fun of him over it. Police said the men had been drinking at AJ's, and as they left, Andrew pulled a pistol from his pants and shot the men on the sidewalk outside. Two were shot in the back of the head and died at the scene. The third man was taken to an area hospital, where he died later. Andrew, who has no history of violence, ran from the scene and dumped the 9 mm pistol in a city trash can a block away. The victims were identified as 20-year-old Jerry Bynes, Jr., 25-year-old Josue Santiago and 23-year-old Benjamin Howard.