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** In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', with a high-enough sneak skill, you can prank a prankster via this. There's also a unique PowerFist, Two-Step Goodbye, which does this automatically on a critical hit that kills the target.

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** In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', with a high-enough sneak skill, you can prank a prankster via this. There's also a unique PowerFist, Two-Step Goodbye, which does this automatically on has a very high critical hit that kills chance but very low critical hit damage. However, if it ''kills'' on a critical, it plants a bomb on the target.enemy's corpse which explodes after a couple of seconds.



* A common tactic in the ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' series, though not quite as subtle as in most games - when you melee attack someone with a grenade, it sticks to them with a wet ''thnk'', and detonates after a couple seconds.

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* A common tactic in the ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' series, though not quite as subtle as in most games - when you melee attack someone with a grenade, it sticks to them with a wet ''thnk'', and detonates after a couple seconds. Starting in the second game, grenades can also be tagged onto the walls or floor to function as proximity mines.


* ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' tried this in the ShowWithinAShow, but the {{Mook}} throws it up on the helichopper.

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* ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Bolt}}'' tried this in the ShowWithinAShow, but the {{Mook}} throws it up on the helichopper.

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* At the end of ''Film/BirdsOfPrey2020'', [[spoiler:Cassandra Cain kills Roman Sionis by using her pickpocketing skills to plant a hand grenade on him while he's holding her hostage]].


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* TFSAtTheTable. Wake slaps an explosive rune onto Gulfur's neck by pretending to give him a pat on the back, because Wake doesn't trust him not to ditch them at the first opportunity and leave them stranded.

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* TFSAtTheTable. ''WebVideo/TFSAtTheTable'', Wake slaps an explosive rune onto Gulfur's neck by pretending to give him a pat on the back, because Wake doesn't trust him not to ditch them at the first opportunity and leave them stranded.



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* The Abbot shoves a grenade inside a cop's crash helmet before slamming the visor shut and pushing him out of the car in ''Film/{{Dobermann}}''.


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* Batman does this to the Strongman during the Red Triangle battle in ''Film/BatmanReturns'', using another Red Triangle mook's bomb.



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* Batman does this to the Strongman during the Red Triangle battle in ''Film/BatmanReturns'', using another Red Triangle mook's bomb.



* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The Ribos Operation", the Doctor sticks a bomb to the back of the villainous Graff Vynda-K when he embraces him before he heads into the labyrinth.

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E1TheRibosOperation The Ribos Operation", Operation]]", the Doctor sticks a bomb to the back of the villainous Graff Vynda-K when he embraces him before he heads into the labyrinth.


* ''Film/ThePredator''. Casey Bracket is handcuffed to a chair and is about to be executed because SheKnowsTooMuch. A Predator dog appears to provide a distraction and obligingly cough up a grenade [[GoFetch it swallowed earlier]]. Casey hits the guard with the chair and shoves the grenade down his assault vest, then dives over the railing to escape the blast...only for the [[OhCrap chair to get caught on the railing.]]

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* ''Film/ThePredator''. Casey Bracket is handcuffed to a chair and is about to be executed because SheKnowsTooMuch. A Predator dog appears to provide a distraction and obligingly cough up a grenade [[GoFetch it swallowed earlier]]. Casey hits the guard with the chair and shoves the grenade down his assault vest, then dives over the railing to escape the blast... only for the [[OhCrap chair to get caught on the railing.]]


* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The Ribos Operation", the Doctor sticks a bomb to the back of one villains when he embraces him before he heads into the labyrinth.

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "The Ribos Operation", the Doctor sticks a bomb to the back of one villains the villainous Graff Vynda-K when he embraces him before he heads into the labyrinth.

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* TFSAtTheTable. Wake slaps an explosive rune onto Gulfur's neck by pretending to give him a pat on the back, because Wake doesn't trust him not to ditch them at the first opportunity and leave them stranded.

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* ''Film/ThePredator''. Casey Bracket is handcuffed to a chair and is about to be executed because SheKnowsTooMuch. A Predator dog appears to provide a distraction and obligingly cough up a grenade [[GoFetch it swallowed earlier]]. Casey hits the guard with the chair and shoves the grenade down his assault vest, then dives over the railing to escape the blast...only for the [[OhCrap chair to get caught on the railing.]]

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** Slade covertly attached an explosive device onto a minion of Trigon during their fight in "The End Part 3."


* In ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', [[Series/MetalGear Snake]] can plant a pack of C4 directly on an opponent if he's standing close enough to them (Rather then dropping it on the ground), then blow it up at will. Amusingly, the C4 pack can also transfer itself to other players if the victim touches them (Snake himself included).

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* In ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'', [[Series/MetalGear [[VideoGame/MetalGear Snake]] can plant a pack of C4 directly on an opponent if he's standing close enough to them (Rather then dropping it on the ground), then blow it up at will. Amusingly, the C4 pack can also transfer itself to other players if the victim touches them (Snake himself included).



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* ''[[Literature/TheExecutioner Able Team]]'' sets up an ambush for a Salvadorean death squad. One of them sees he's triggered a grenade BoobyTrap and runs for his life, not realising the grenade is bouncing after him because it's hooked on his clothing via a monofilament line and a fish hook.

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* ''{{VideoGame/Uncharted}}'' uses a [[PlayedWith variation]]; Nate/Chloe will sometimes pull the pin on the ''enemies'' grenade as a melee finisher, if they haven't used them yet. Said enemies will [[OhCrap have a moment of fumbling around for the grenade on their belt]] before exploding.












* ''{{Haloid}}''. Samus and MC are grappling. Samus breaks off, turns into a ball and flies away. As she does so she drops several mines at MC's feet, which explode and blast MC into the air.

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\n* ''{{Haloid}}''.''WebAnimation/{{Haloid}}''. Samus and MC are grappling. Samus breaks off, turns into a ball and flies away. As she does so she drops several mines at MC's feet, which explode and blast MC into the air.
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