On Sunday, a New York bomber died and his brother was injured. At that time, a small explosive device intended to be used as a gender reveal party malfunctioned and exploded.
The New York State Police said in a statement that they responded to reports of the explosion in Liberty, New York, and found that 28-year-old Christopher Pequeney and his 27-year-old brother Michael Pequene were making the accident at the time of the accident. The device. .
Christopher and Michael’s elder brother Peter Pekny told the Washington Post that Michael Pekny broke his kneecap in the explosion but is expected to recover completely. According to the “Post”, Christopher Pekny is planning to hold a gender reveal party to celebrate the birth of his first child.
Peter Pekny told the newspaper: “I have been unable to sleep for two consecutive nights, waiting, hoping to hear that all this is a crazy misunderstanding.”
Gender-revealing parties have been the source of chaos in recent years. One of them was accused of the 2020 El Dorado fire in California, which injured more than ten people, killed one firefighter and destroyed 10 buildings.
A man was killed at a gender revelation party attended as a guest earlier this month because a cannon intended to launch a shell into the air and then shower the guests with shrapnel.