FBI agent accidentally fires gun while dancing at a Denver nightclub!

I have never been a fan of mixing firearms and alcohol, let alone trying to be a show off in a club busting some “killer dance moves” while carrying a firearm.

Well, for this FBI agent, his “dance moves” almost were a killer! Losing his firearm while doing a back flip and then picking it up and discharging his firearm, striking a person in the leg.

Fox News Reports:

“An off-duty FBI agent accidentally fired his gun, striking another patron in the leg, at a Denver nightclub while he was dancing early Saturday, police said.

The unidentified FBI agent was at the Mile High Spirits Distillery and Tasting Bar around 12:45 a.m. Saturday when he broke out into a dance routine. A woman named Julie recorded the incident that showed the man dancing and doing a back flip. His gun then fell out of his waistband holster and on the floor.

“When the agent retrieved his handgun an unintended discharge occurred, another patron was struck by a bullet in the lower leg,” Denver police said in a statement to KDVR. The agent was then seen placing the gun back into holster before walking off the dance floor.

Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson said a man was shot in the leg when the gun accidentally discharged. The shooting victim was taken to the hospital in good condition.

Police investigators interviewed the agent before releasing the agent to an FBI supervisor. The police investigation was continuing, and any charges would be determined by the Denver District Attorney’s Office, said Officer Marika Putnam.” (Read More)

This is a prime example of what NOT to do as a firearm owner, let alone one of our nations FBI agents. The lack of judgement on this agents part is not only shocking but rather worrisome to say the least.

Now, that being said, you can not judge the whole of the FBI, based off of the actions of one individuals momentary bout of moronic mischief. I have no doubt, that the FBI will be launching a full scale investigation and will proceed with a hearing of professional conduct on this agents actions.