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'You wanna f***in' play? Let's play!': Intruder kicks in door, allegedly threatens his kids' mother. But woman in home has a gun — and ends threat for good.

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Image source: Facebook video screenshot via @NorthEscambia

A terrifying home surveillance video shows an incensed man walking up to the front door of a home a few miles north of Pensacola, Florida, last week and beginning to kick in the front door.

"F***in' play, bitch? You wanna f***in' play? You wanna f***in' play? Let's play! F***in' bitch!" the man yells into the home before turning his back to the front door and bashing it with the bottom of his boot.

Image source: Facebook video screenshot via @NorthEscambia

After the 10th kick, he enters the residence and was heard screaming, "Let's f***in' play! Let's f***in' play! You wanna f***in' play with my kids?"

What happened next?

The surveillance clip of the May 5 incident ended at that point, but the Escambia County Sheriff's Office told NorthEscambia.com that once inside, the suspect armed himself with a knife and hollered that he was there to harm his children's mother.

The sheriff's office said the man searched room to room and threatened the occupants who had taken refuge in a bedroom in the back of the house, the outlet said.

The ESCO told NorthEscambia that the man confronted a female in the rear bedroom, who feared for her life, so she shot the intruder twice.

Deputies arrived at the scene just after 5 p.m. Tuesday to investigate a call about a disturbance that included a shooting, the outlet said.

Deputies found a 54-year old man dead from an apparent gunshot wound to the head, NorthEscambia reported.

At the time of the incident, the outlet said the suspect had an active domestic violence injunction filed on him, adding that investigators said he was reportedly on his way to anger management when it all went down.

Now what?

The sheriff's department said charges will not be filed against the individual who shot and killed the intruder, NorthEscambia noted.

"Florida State statute allows people to take reasonable steps to protect themselves from harm," Sheriff Chip Simmons said, according to the outlet. "You can see from the video; his demeanor and intent were clear. The Escambia County Sheriff's Office will defend a person's right to reasonably protect themselves against harm, even with the use of deadly force. We do not intend to bring charges against the occupant of the home."

No names have been released in relation to the incident, NorthEscambia added.

Here's the clip. Content warning: Language:

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