The first 1,000 flamethrowers have been collected according to Musk

Image The first 1,000 flamethrowers have been collected according to Musk

Musk kept his millions of followers on social media well updated with the events of the day and even warned customers in a series of Tweets about the obvious dangers of owning a flamethrower.

While the merchandise certainly helps draw attention to Musk's boring ambitions and the holes he's drilling into Los Angeles streets, they're not how he's subsidizing most of the projects.

The billionaire posted a warning to Twitter Saturday: "Please use as directed to avoid unintentionally burning things down". Musk tweeted the terms and conditions for the owners on the style of Dr. Seuss.

It continued: "I will not use this in a house, I will not point this at my spouse, I will not use this in an unsafe way, The best use is créme brulee".

Elon Musk's flamethrowers do not use a mixture of flammable liquids to launch flames great distances, like its military counterparts.

Amid an ongoing national debate over gun reform and the Second Amendment, some took issue with the fact that such risky machines were sold for a mere $500 by the Boring Company, which did not require a background check of would-be flamethrower owners.

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Following the success of the flamethrower, Musk has started to tease the next Boring Company promotional product. Instead, they work more like large propane blowtorches.

The device comes with a 10-page manual which had additional tips: "Do not touch the not-a-flamethrower nozzle during or after use, as it could burn you".

The fire belcher has been renamed "Not A Flamethrower" after customs agencies refused to ship anything called a flamethrower.

First 1000 Boring Company Flamethrowers being picked up today!

The disclaimer also mandated that consumers check off several boxes under the prompt, "I understand The Boring Company isn't responsible for anything I do, no matter how genius or stupid".

"Definitely don't buy one", Musk tweeted in January.

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