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‘You Won’t Make It Turn Around’: Florida Police Warn People Against Shooting Weapons during Hurricane Irma

Florida military warned people to not fire weapons during Hurricane Irma in response to a amicable media eventuality enlivening people to do only that.

OK, it was a semi-serious warning. 

“To clarify, DO NOT fire weapons @ #Irma. You won’t make it spin around it will have really dangerous side effects,” a Pasco Sheriff’s bureau tweeted late Saturday.

The chatter was published along with a Yahoo article containing a striking of a whirly system, display a swirling suit with a difference “bullets come behind don’t shoot.”

The flippant chatter from a Sheriff’s bureau was stirred by a Facebook event patrician “Shoot during Hurricane Irma,” that over 25,000 people RSVP’d to.

“Let’s uncover Irma that we fire first,” a eventuality outline says.

The chatter perceived certain feedback in a midst of an differently grave situation, with many thanking a Pasco Sheriff’s bureau for bringing a spark of amusement as Irma heads toward South Florida. One Twitter user even offering a opposite event: singing Smash Mouth’s strike “All Star” to hopefully spin a charge away. 

Building off a tongue-and-cheek of their “don’t shoot” tweet, a Pasco Sheriff’s bureau took a some-more critical tinge on propelling Twitter users to instead proffer their time during evacuation shelters.

They responded to tweets confused by their amusement observant a comment reached over 1 million people yesterday, expected due to their attention-grabbing tweets. The accound has been retweeted by Seth Rogen, William Shatner, Jake Tapper and Sen. Ted Cruz.

Irma altered paths Saturday night, streamer on a new lane that could display St. Petersburg to a approach hit, instead of Miami or Tampa. In one of a biggest evacuations ever systematic in a U.S., about 6.4 million people in Florida were warned to leave.

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