In the following passage: "Don't tase me" tops 2007 best quotes. (CNN.com - Breaking News, U.S., World, Weather, Entertainment & Video News of today)
What does "tase" mean?
Here's the video where the famous quote was first uttered. (He says it at about 2:00.)
A University of Florida student who was filmed being shocked by police with a Taser stun gun after persistently questioning Sen. John Kerry will not face criminal charges and has apologized for his actions, his attorney said Tuesday.
Andrew Meyer, 21, yelled "Don't Tase me, bro!" as he scuffled with officers during the on-campus speech last month. In letters to the university, its president and the campus police department, he apologized, attorney Robert Griscti said.
"I made the decision to supersede the rules, and for that I apologize," Meyer wrote. "I should have acted calmer and obeyed the directives of the officers. If I had, none of the subsequent issues would ever have arisen."
‘Don't Tase me, bro’ student won't be charged - Crime & courts - MSNBC.com
After your explanations, I found the word Taser in the dictionary: "A small gunlike device that fires electric darts to incapacitate a person temporarily."
But the verb tase is inexistent. Correct?