A gun-toting FBI agent does backflip on the dance floor, loses gun, accidently fires when he picks it up

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It’s all caught on video.

While dancing at a Denver club on Saturday morning, an FBI agent did a backflip, lost his gun in the process, and then allegedly accidently fired a round while picking it up. And it’s all caught on video.

According to KDVR, a man was allegedly shot in the leg in the process. In the video, the unidentified agent stuffs the gun in the back of his pants, puts his hands up, and walks off the dance floor.

Here’s the video.

“It appears an off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) agent was dancing at a night club when his firearm became dislodged from its waistband holster and fell onto 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.

KDVR said the agent was taken to police headquarters and released to an FBI supervisor. The man allegedly shot was taken to the hospital with a “good prognosis.”

The TV station talked with the woman, identified only as Julie, who recorded the video and she said, “Everyone was kind of shocked after it happened because [the agent] kind of put his gun back away and then he walked away … No one really knew what was going on. I was shocked. I honestly just wanted to make sure that my friends… [that] I knew where they were.”

Twitter also appeared surprised by what happened.

According to the Denver Post, the Denver police homicide unit is investigating the incident, and charges, if there are any, will be determined by the city’s district attorney’s office.

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Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

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