As the promotional device started to land with customers, Musk posted a safety warning to customers on Twitter, stating: 'Please use as directed to avoid unintentionally burning things down. Musk tweeted the terms and conditions for the owners on the style of Dr. Seuss.
Alarmed, Santiago decided that he would try to introduce a bill to slow down the sale of The Boring Company's flamethrowers.
It continued: "I will not use this in a house, I will not point this at my spouse, I will not use this in an unsafe way, The best use is créme brulee". Fact is, Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised both and this weekend he delivered on his promisedpersonal flamethrowers.
OK, so calling it a "Not a Flamethrower" may not be the most poetic way to refer to the $500 flame-throwing device - the Boring Co. took 20,000 pre-orders - but Musk isn't the most conventional of chief executives.
The clever idea behind these flamethrower pick up parties originally stemmed from the fact that shipping these devices proved to be quite hard given the fact that they contained propane. Don't worry if you can't make it; all Not-a-Flamethrowers will ship out this summer!
Musk named the item "Not a Flamethrower". "Works against hordes of the undead or your money back!" The funds made through these "hot" sales would be, in turn, used to fund other ventures of The Boring Company.
First 1000 Boring Company Flamethrowers being picked up today!
In response to @SPPhotonic, Musk may have revealed an upcoming new TBC product when he tweeted, "Each flamethrower comes with a state-of-the-art The Boring Company brand fire extinguisher".