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Dancing FBI Agent Drops Gun During Backflip and Shoots Man in Leg

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An off-duty FBI agent accidentally shot somebody after he dropped his gun while doing a backflip in a bar over the weekend.

Dancing FBI Agent Shoots Man

A cell phone video of the incident shows the FBI agent in question performing some serious moves on the dance floor at Mile High Spirits Distillery and Tasting Bar in Denver at around 1 a.m. He eventually decides to take things to the next level and attempts a backflip.

The agent executes the flip, but his duty gun can clearly be seen popping out of his holster, landing onto the floor. He goes to pick it up; the gun goes off, shooting a patron in the leg.

The bumbling G-man quickly picks up the gun, re-holsters it, raises his hands in an “aw shucks” type gesture, and walks into the crowd.

DPD Investigates

“It appears an off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) agent was dancing at a night club when his firearm became dislodged from its waistband holster and fell onto the floor. When the agent retrieved his handgun an unintended discharge occurred, another patron was struck by a bullet in the lower leg,” the Denver Police said in a statement.

The wounded man was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

“He appears to have non-life threatening injuries,” Denver Polices spokesperson Marika Putnam said.

According to the Denver Post, the dancing FBI agent was taken to Denver Police headquarters. He was then released to an FBI supervisor. The DPD is investigating the incident. Furthermore, no charges have yet been brought against the agent.

Amy Sanders, the spokeswoman for the FBI’s Denver field office, said the incident was a “personnel matter for the FBI,” the New York Times reported.

The post Dancing FBI Agent Drops Gun During Backflip and Shoots Man in Leg appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews.

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