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December 05, 2021

AS IS HIS CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT

Man arrested for shooting flamethrower at neighbors

Abrams reportedly stated that he has had ongoing issues with parking and admitted spraying the flamethrower near the car but denied that he was targeting the juveniles. He reportedly said that if he had wanted to burn the car, he would have.

Well in THAT case, sir...

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Soon to be a movie starring Samuel L. Jackson.

Now that this has come about, you just know that kids and adults alike are going to be parking in front of his house. They'll never leave him alone.

Sounds like a hot time in the old town tonight.

I looked it up. An XM-42 flamethrower is said to be legal and can shot flames up to 33 feet. Costs $899. The online ad states one of the uses is to "Entertain the family."

America!!!!

Florida Man in action!

To make peace with the neighbors he should invite them over for a barbecue.

The man with the flamethrower was obviously a professional snake and spider removal technician. He saw a snake going under the neighbors car and, after noticing the innocent children inside, took immediate preventive measures to get shed of the potentially venomous reptile.

Good neighbors just aren't appreciated nowadays.

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