By Australian Associated Press
Published: 00:45 GMT, 14 January 2021 | Updated: 00:56 GMT, 14 January 2021
Anthony Lentjes wasn't too concerned when his friend and another man started placing bets over what type of ammunition German soldiers used in their Luger handguns during WWII.
His friend Jarrod Frank claimed to have one answer, but another man - Scott Bury - said he knew the answer was 9mm because he'd once robbed a bank with that gun and that's what he'd used.
The bets started with $100 and may have reached $500 at one point - before the knives came out.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Jarrod Frank (left) arrives to the Supreme Court of Victoria in Melbourne, Wednesday, January 13, 2021
The murder trial continues for Jarrod Frank (pictured) who fatally stabbed Scott Bury in Bendigo in January 2018
Jarrod Frank fatally stabbed Scott Bury in his home on January 3, 2018 in what he's arguing was an act of self-defence.
Mr Lentjes told Frank's Supreme Court murder trial on Wednesday that the discussion over the Nazi-used guns began at a Money3 pawn shop in Bendigo and continued in the car on the way to Mr Bury's home.
They were getting on fine, he said.
'Nothing to worry about as far