Florida Man Birthday December 10

A Florida man used a flamethrower to solve a parking problem with his neighbor

The incident took place in Gainesville, Alachua County. A Florida man wanted to solve a parking problem with his neighbor. However, when he was unsuccessful in his first attempt, he resorted to violence. Using a flamethrower, he sprayed fire into his neighbor’s car. There were three people in the car when it sprayed fire.

Andre Adams, 57, has long been angry about his neighbor’s parking habits. He went to his neighbor to solve this problem but did not get the response he expected. Then he took a flamethrower and started to spray fire towards the car. It was fortunate that no one was harmed during the incident.

Ashley Gainey, the mother of one of the teenagers said it was not the first time Abrams had used a flamethrower. She talked about the frequent use of this weapon to frighten her guests. Abrams was spraying fire in his flamethrower while Gainey’s daughter managed to escape from the car with her friends.

Gainey said that when Abrams used the gun, it lit up the entire street. She said that when e did it in the middle of the night, it was like it was daylight. It was stated that the weapon used by Abrams in the arrest report was the XM42 Lite Flamethrower from X Products, which can fire up to 20 feet high.

The XM42 Lite Flamethrower can be purchased online for $900. There is no need for an extra permit or license for this. The purchase of the weapon is prohibited only in the states of Maryland and California. It is legal to own this gun in other states.

X Products requests gun buyers to accept the liability waiver and confirm that they have not been involved in any felony, domestic abuse, or arson offenses before. However, it was learned that Abrams was found guilty of domestic battery twice, in 2002 and 2004.

It is unclear how Abrams obtained this weapon and whether police seized the flamethrower weapon. Abrams said he would not speak in any way about the incident without consulting a lawyer. According to court records created, Alachua County Circuit Judge Meshon T. Rawls upheld Abrams’ request for a public defender.

There is no federal law regulating the sale of flamethrower-type weapons that are not considered firearms in the United States. The last time a congressman from New York submitted a restrictive law proposal in 2019, it was not passed. Florida has banned the manufacture and sale of flamethrower imitation dragon’s breath shotgun shells.

Abrams admitted that the incident was caused by a parking problem with his neighbor. He stated that he used a flamethrower, spraying flames towards the car, but not targeting the people inside the car. Abrams stated that other residents of the neighborhood also complained about this family.

Amari Singleton, who was in his car at the time of the incident, said he saw Abrams spraying the fire with a flamethrower. Abrams faced three charges of felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. It is expected that prosecutors will make an official decision to file a criminal complaint.

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