- The off duty FBI agent was at the dance floor in a Denver club
- Denver Police Department has not identified him
- An accidental shot from his gun hit a person's lower leg
Then, he swung his arms back and squatted, as if to prepare for his next big move. He jumped up, arching his back and swinging his arms above his head. But as he was about to land his backflip, a gun flew out from his holster at the back of his pants. He landed and as he picked up his gun from the floor, it fired.
He tucked his gun back into his holster and walked away from the dance floor, raising both his hands. Patrons began to scatter, and the women who had been smiling at him just seconds earlier stared, a look of open-mouthed shock on their faces.
The incident, which occurred at 12:45 a.m. Saturday, was captured in a 32-second video obtained by ABC affiliate KMGH.
Denver police spokesman Marika Putnam said she does not know what type of gun the agent was carrying.
The police department's homicide unit is investigating the incident, and the Denver district attorney's office will decide on criminal charges, if any.
Special Agent Amy Sanders, spokeswoman for the FBI's Denver field office, said the agency cannot provide details, citing personnel matters.
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