Pyromania

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A container that usually contains waste, after an attack by a pyromaniac

Pyromania is an impulse control disorder involving and obsession with fire and explosives. Pyromaniacs frequently set fire to things. They get pleasure or relief from seeing things burn. Pyromaniacs are often convicted of arson. When children have pyromania, later in life they usually are diagnosed with a mental disorder. Pyromaniacs set fire to relieve stress and it gives them pleasure and relief.