Florida Man Tries to Electrocute Dad for Inheritance, Police Say
A general policy I believe in is that it's uncool to kill your parents. It's something I would avoid doing. Maybe that's just me, I don't know.
Of course, this doesn't apply in certain situations--the most very specific of scenarios--like, if your parents are victims of some sort of zombie apocalypse and you need to stop them before they spread the virus, I guess that makes sense. Perhaps if they're possessed by demons. Maybe if you're a character in a Greek tragedy of some kind. I don't really know, everything about the concept of killing parents is unpleasant to think about. Except for the fact that the actual terms are "patricide" and "matricide." That's kind of fun. Matricide sounds like some kind of disinfectant you'd use to kill bedbugs.
Anyway, I've digressed from my main point: don't kill your parents.
This dude attempted to disobey this concept, however. It didn't exactly work. And he might have made his dad more powerful. Let's explore that. Check the story below: