A video showing a man accidentally burning down a New York city building has been viewed nearly 10 million times since it was posted to YouTube in early January.
The video, titled “A Dangerous Fire Bombing of a New City Building,” was posted on Jan. 27 by user “Duck_Hood.”
The man in the video, who said he had no previous experience in building security, begins by yelling at the camera before shooting it a few times.
The video ends with him walking off into the night with a pipe bomb strapped to his back.
It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the man to accidentally burn down the building.
He also claimed that the man who shot the video had a “meth pipe.”
“If you don’t have a meth pipe, you ain’t gonna have no fun,” he said.
“We have a few of these guys on the force right now.
If you donít have a dope pipe, then you ainít gonna have fun,” the man said.
The man’s actions have prompted a number of responses to his video on social media, many of which are critical of the police department and the video.
In one of the comments, user “Korin” writes: “My mom just died from a meth overdose.
You are supposed to be on the side of the people.
Why would a cop kill someone who is on the opposite side of society?”
The NYPD said the video was shot on Jan 20 and was posted with permission from the city.
The department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Newsweek.