Drones can already leave us suspicious when they fly over us and now it looks like they could also torch us like marshmallows from the sky. Throwflame has now made a flamethrower attachment for drones because that seems like it won't get in the hands of the wrong person. The TF-19 WASP can shoot targets 25 feet away with flames. Each gallon of fuel will get you 100 seconds of firing time. Throwflame says the attachment is great for people who want to clear debris from power lines, torching pests or wasps nests, forest fire containment or remote agriculture burns. I saw it's great for people that like to use the term "here, hold my beer." What is the first thing you would do with a drone's flamethrower attachment? Have you ever done something dangerous with fire?