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World A man in Brazil accidentally blew up his yard while trying to kill some cockroaches

00:16  24 october  2019
00:16  24 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Unfortunately for one Brazilian man , taking his dislike of roaches to a new level accidentally leveled his yard in the process. Video of the incident, which was captured The man was reportedly doing his best to rid his backyard and garden of roaches at the behest of his wife. Fed up with the tiny critters

A man in Brazil turned part of his backyard upside down in a misguided attempt to kill some bugs. “My wife complained that there were a lot of roaches invading our garden,” Cesar Schmitz Schmitz poured some gasoline into the hole, then started tossing matches into it. Nothing happened at first.

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  • Cesar Schmitz, of the southern Brazilian city of Enéas Marques, accidentally blew up his lawn while trying to exterminate cockroaches.
  • He told FocusOn News, translated by the New York Post, that his wife had complained about roaches invading their garden.
  • In an attempt to kill the roaches on October 18, he poured gasoline into a hole that he believed led to the nest, and started tossing matches into it.
  • After his third match, the lawn blew up. The explosion didn't kill the roaches though.
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A man in Brazil went to extreme lengths trying to kill some cockroaches in his backyard and ended up blowing up part of his lawn.

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Video: A man blew up his lawn in an attempt to get rid of cockroaches This video shows the incredible moment an amateur gardener in Brazil , blew up his lawn

Brazilian man blows up garden while trying to get rid of cockroaches . Ghislaine Maxwell may be hiding out in Brazil with Epstein's 'scout'. A hot-headed Brazilian tried to rid his garden of invading cockroaches — and inadvertently blew up his yard , according to a report.

Cesar Schmitz told FocusOn News, translated by the New York Post, that his wife had complained about roaches invading their garden in the southern city of Enéas Marques.

"She is scared of them and begged me to destroy their nest under the ground once and for all," he said.

In an attempt to kill the roaches, he poured gasoline into a hole that he believed led to the nest, and started tossing matches into it. It turns out that wasn't a great strategy.

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A man blew up his house ‘ accidentally ’ while trying to eliminate cockroaches using an insect spray at his place in Mount Isa. Fed up with the crawling roaches in his house However, his aggressive actions did not prove to be as effective as he accidentally caused an explosion in his house.

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At first, nothing happened. But then, after the third match was thrown, Schmitz's lawn exploded. No one was injured - including the roaches.

Cockroaches, they say, will be here long after we're gone, and the roaches in Schmitz's yard are proof. In the clip of the explosion, one can be seen scurrying away.

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