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Boring Company Flamethrower Confiscated During Massachusetts Man’s Arrest

Springfield Mass. officers working on an anti-drag racing detail made one interesting arrest over the weekend.

As they were cruising around East Columbus Avenue in the early hours of the morning, they saw a car with a guy recording something on his phone while hanging out of the sunroof.

 

 

When they went to pull the car over, they found a few guys inside, one with an outstanding warrant for a stolen vehicle. Furthermore, the vehicle had an expired inspection sticker, which got a citation.

The big tickets come when the officers spotted what they thought was a rifle sticking out from the back seat. Well, it wasn’t a rifle, it was the Boring Company Flamethrower.

…As officers approached, they observed what appeared to be a grip of a rifle under the front passenger seat,” Walsh explained, adding that one of the passengers, identified as 33-year-old Brandon McGee of Springfield, allegedly told police it was a flamethrower and it belonged to him.

If only the man who owned it stressed, like how Elon Musk did, that it was “not a flamethrower

Instead, he owned up to it, and the police slapped him with more charges: “Carrying a dangerous weapon with an active warrant” and “possession of an infernal machine.”

The toy, which was sold in a limited batch of 20,000 for $500 dollars each, helped raise a substantial amount of money in the infancy of Musk’s tunneling company. This probably isn’t the first, or last, time it will be described as an infernal machine.

Written by Austin Crosby

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