“I found the bug, picked the bug up and I put it in my hand and lit it on fire,” said a woman in Topeka, Kan., describing the moments before she tried to kill a second bug in her apartment with a lighter, setting the building on fire.
“I found the bug, picked the bug up and I put it in my hand and lit it on fire,” said a woman in Topeka, Kan., describing the moments before she tried to kill a second bug in her apartment with a lighter, setting the building on fire. Bigstock
“I found the bug, picked the bug up and I put it in my hand and lit it on fire,” said a woman in Topeka, Kan., describing the moments before she tried to kill a second bug in her apartment with a lighter, setting the building on fire. Bigstock

Kansas woman sets her apartment on fire trying to kill a bug with a lighter

July 25, 2017 12:59 PM

UPDATED July 25, 2017 03:18 PM

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