Ugly: Doesn't fit in the subforum, so I put it here. Storing ammo in an oven?

Ugly: Doesn't fit in the subforum, so I put it here. Storing ammo in an oven?

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    Ugly: Doesn't fit in the subforum, so I put it here. Storing ammo in an oven?

    A woman cooking herself a snack has been wounded after the bullets her roommate left inside the oven exploded and sprayed her with shrapnel.
    Seriously, people, an oven?

    Read more: Woman 'shot' and wounded as she cooks a snack after bullets left in her OVEN explode | Mail Online

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    Time for a new roommate.

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