Don't mess with a beloved landmark, dude!
Some jerk in San Francisco actually tried to burn down the house made famous in Mrs. Doubtfire, the 1993 film that defined our childhood and confirmed Robin Williams' brilliance!
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Fire officials found evidence to suggest that the doormat had been doused with gasoline as well as another flammable liquid, concluding that it was an act of arson.
Thankfully, the damage wasn't serious and the owner was able to contain the flames before the fire department arrived.
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What makes the situation even more upsetting is that the house served as a makeshift memorial for those mourning Robin's death last August.
Not cool, buddy. NOT COOL.
See pictures of the damage on TMZ.
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