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Posted:Sorry mate, never seen anything of the sort.I imagine there would be all sorts of technical difficulties though, because once the fuel was lit it would essentially become fire and I imagine channelling fire would be pretty difficult. It would have to have a metal pump system as well, that wasn't going to explode... it couldn't have any air cavities in it where vapours could collect.Sounds pretty dangerous to me, but it would be cool if it worked Non-Https Image Link Princess xx