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One Direction  fans are experiencing exploding Twitter feeds — but not for good reasons. 1D fans were left disturbed by a crazed fan asking for a follow back on Aug. 29, saying she would kill her dog if they didn’t. The user posted a photo of her strangling a dog and a few days later showed the pooch again, with its eyes closed — presumably dead.

Twitter user @illumivato — whose counted has since been deactivated — tweeted One Direction members threatening to kill her pet Chihuahua by saying, “Follow me on Twitter or I’ll break my dog’s neck.”  The tweet — with a photo of the user pinning her dog against the floor with her hands around its neck — went unnoticed. After no response, the unidentified fan later tweeted Liam Payne , 20, a photo with the dog dead in her arms with the caption reading, “I love you. Follow me. My dog has just died.”

It’s not the first time the crazed fan has tweeted the English boy band with violent images.  Last August, the user tweeted Zayne Malik , 20,   to follow her back along  with photos of small pets in blenders, her mother in a choke hold and a child tied and bound on the ground. Unlike the most recent image, there were no “follow-up” photos.

How terrible — one could take into the tweet getting no response, since it’s sick and cruel — or the band just didn’t see it, because they get millions of tweets from fans per day.

The tweet has created buzz amongst Directioners on Twitter. Fan  Mya Fhya has created a petition asking fans to “lock up” the controversial tweeter saying, “This person needs to burn in hell and I want to see justice.” It’s already reached over 3,000 signatures.

But Twitter remains divided. Since it’s not her first time creating a twitter rumble, the photos could be a twisted joke — or perhaps it really is the cruel, sick fate of the poor dog.

Charles Vacca was showing the unnamed youngster how to fire the weapon at the Last Stop outdoor shooting range in the Mohave Desert in White Hills, Arizona, when the gun recoiled as she pulled the trigger.

In a statement, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office said the 39-year-old was hit in the head by a stray bullet as the Israeli-made Uzi kicked back. He was airlifted to the University Medical Centre in Las Vegas, where he was later pronounced dead.

Sam Scarmardo, the manager of the Last Stop range, told NBC News that "the establish[ed] practice at most shooting ranges is eight-years-old and up with parental supervision."

A popular tourist spot as the last place travellers can get food and fuel on their way to or from Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, the Last Stop's website invites visitors to “Shoot a machine gun at Arizona’s last stop”.

According to the range’s website, visitors can take part in a “Burgers and Bullets” day, including lunch and a choice of more than 20 automatic weapons to shoot with.

It is illegal for children under the age of 18 to carry a gun in Arizona, but the rule does not apply on private property or if the youngster is accompanied by a parent or certified instructor.

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Charles Vacca was showing the unnamed youngster how to fire the weapon at the Last Stop outdoor shooting range in the Mohave Desert in White Hills, Arizona, when the gun recoiled as she pulled the trigger.

In a statement, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office said the 39-year-old was hit in the head by a stray bullet as the Israeli-made Uzi kicked back. He was airlifted to the University Medical Centre in Las Vegas, where he was later pronounced dead.

Sam Scarmardo, the manager of the Last Stop range, told NBC News that "the establish[ed] practice at most shooting ranges is eight-years-old and up with parental supervision."

A popular tourist spot as the last place travellers can get food and fuel on their way to or from Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, the Last Stop's website invites visitors to “Shoot a machine gun at Arizona’s last stop”.

According to the range’s website, visitors can take part in a “Burgers and Bullets” day, including lunch and a choice of more than 20 automatic weapons to shoot with.

It is illegal for children under the age of 18 to carry a gun in Arizona, but the rule does not apply on private property or if the youngster is accompanied by a parent or certified instructor.