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>According to officials, both the attorney and his mother were told to remove any metal object they had before entering the room because of the machine’s powerful magnetic field. Officials at the facility say they did not know that de Novaes had taken the gun into the room.
“Your honor, I object to calling my side arm metal as its not a [Big Iron](https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Big%20Iron).”
“Sir, Just because I have robes on and look like a walking corpse doesn’t mean I’m a judge. And good luck trying to argue with Saint Peter using that kind of courtroom logic.”
Wow, this feels like an old school Darwin award. So glad nobody else was hurt
What a tragedy.
Killed by the gun you carry to prevent being killed? That’s a damn shame.
But but but, muh 2nd Amendment right to carry my firearm into the MRI!
Physics is biased against Patriots! We need Gaetz and Greene to get a hearing on this going.
Should have had one of those 3D printed guns instead.
Only way to stop a bad MRI machine with a gun is a good MRI machine with a gun?
Did the magnet disable the safety too or — ?
>When the machine was turned on, the magnetic force pulled de Novaes’ gun from his waistband and it discharged, the bullet striking him in the abdomen.
This is not how it works. Most MRIs have permanent magnets that are dangerous whether the machine is on or not. Even if it was not that type, it would normally have already been on well before the patient arrived for the study.
What are the odds of the MRI sucking up the gun, shooting the gun owner, and then dying from it?
Even God must’ve thought that you were a pro-gun asshole.
All those implants the orthopedic surgeons stick inside their patients better be nonmagnetic…
Man, I wish that people knew what MRIs could do before they get near them.
“Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!”