Fortunately, he got the wrong address, and no one was hurt.

A man has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison after posting a homegrown bomb to London-based Bitcoin wallet, Cryptopay.
As per a report by BBC, The Met Police could only find one possible reason behind the Gullspang citizen’s actions.
Jermu Michael Salonen – the man in question – had emailed the company back in August 2017 to request a new password, only to be refused by the company after it said it “contravened its privacy policy.”
Apparently frustrated, he addressed

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