Man dies while eating centipedes alive during live-streaming show

7/24/2019 5:23:00 PM

Video blogger dies while live-streaming himself eating poisonous centipedes and geckos alive

Video blogger dies while live-streaming himself eating poisonous centipedes and geckos alive

The 35-year-old man, who was a host on DouYu, one of China's largest live-streaming platforms, had been filming himself drinking alcohol and eating centipedes, geckos and mealworms.

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actually. survival of the fittest, let the stupid ones fall out Candidate for this years Darwin Awards? Stupidity at its finest! Now he is streaming from hell... All for the clout. Sadly this will only get worse I guess surviving the Tide Pod challenge gave him the confidence boost he needed to try bigger better things

Natural selection

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Darwin award. Gotta be China! That's a lot of damage mushroom772000 Darwin award. Whoops 😂😂😂 What a shame. Good. DarwinAwards

Man dies while eating centipedes alive during live-streaming showThe 35-year-old man, who was a host on DouYu, one of China's largest live-streaming platforms, had been filming himself drinking alcohol and eating centipedes, geckos and mealworms. HERO! Idiot!! Darwin Award winner...

Darwin wasn’t wrong. Good... Poor animals don't deserve to be part of some young person's egotistic social media stunt... he won't be doing that again thank God Darwin rules! Wonderful! one less idiot, oxygen thief on the planet!! And the winner of the 2019 Darwin Award... That was just fucking stupid wasn’t it. Contender for the DarwinAward

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A man in east China has died during a live-streaming session after eating poisonous centipedes and geckos alive.A 22-year-old man committed suicide on Facebook after his girlfriend left him for another man.A man in east China has died during a live-streaming session after eating poisonous centipedes and geckos alive.Sun was found unconscious in his bedroom in Hefei, Aunhui province, China, on Saturday, by his girlfriend.

The 35-year-old man, surnamed Sun, was found without vital signs in his flat in Hefei, Aunhui province on Saturday when his girlfriend went to check in on him, according to Chinese reports. The man, who was a host on DouYu, one of China's largest live-streaming platforms, had been filming himself drinking large amounts of alcohol and eating centipedes, geckos and mealworms two nights ago. According to the Times of India, Sikarwar left a four-page suicide note in which he apologised to his family and told them to donate his organs. His account was followed by 15,000 people on DouYu and the man would host live-stream sessions every night, according to Xinan Evening News. His account was followed by 15,000 people on DouYu and the man would host live-stream sessions every night, according to Xinan Evening News. The man, who was a host on DouYu, one of China's largest live-streaming platforms, had been filming himself drinking large amounts of alcohol and eating centipedes, geckos and mealworms. Shyam Sikarwar, also known as 'Raj', 22, streamed his own suicide on Facebook live after his girlfriend got engaged to another man Local residents reportedly found his body inside the temple on Saturday morning after he posted the footage. To gain more followers, he would spin a wheel (above) marked with the items He will drink or eat the item the spin lands on in front of the camera, according to the report. His last session was at 7:53pm, on Thursday, and his archive of videos have now been removed.

Sun's last live-stream session was last Thursday at 7:53pm (file photo of centipede) RELATED ARTICLES Share this article Share 2. 'I miss her and can't live without her. Sun's last live-stream session was last Thursday at 7:53pm (file photo of centipede) RELATED ARTICLES Share this article Share To gain more followers, he would spin a wheel marked with items including centipedes, geckos, mealworms, vinegar, eggs, beer and baijiu - a clear distilled liquor.4k shares To gain more followers, he would spin a wheel marked with items including centipedes, geckos, mealworms, vinegar, eggs, beer and baijiu - a clear distilled liquor. He will drink or eat the item the spin lands on in front of the camera, according to the report. RELATED ARTICLES Share this article Share 'The stress of losing her has affected me so much that I lost my job. Sun's last live-stream session was last Thursday at 7:53pm. Police said they found the man unconscious in his room and without vital signs. Police said they found the man unconscious in his room and without vital signs. 'During the probe, we found out that the victim was unemployed and depressed because the girl he was in love with was getting married to someone else.

His computer was in live-stream mode. They also found the food items used in his live-stream sessions on the desk in his room.' By the time this report was filed, the victim's profile was deactivated from the Facebook by his family members. The wheel behind Sun is marked with the items including beer, mealworm, eggs, vinegar, spices, baijiu and geckos. The wheel behind Sun is marked with the items including beer, mealworm, eggs, vinegar, spices, baijiu and geckos. Police said they found the man unconscious in his room and without vital signs. It is unclear how long the video was online for and how many times it was viewed. His computer was in live-stream mode Authorities have ruled out foul play in the man's death but were investigating the cause of death, the report added. His videos have been removed from DouYu (file photo of gecko) Mealworms (file photo) was one of the items that Sun would eat during live-stream videos Authorities have ruled out foul play in the man's death but were investigating the cause of death, the report added.

His videos have been removed from DouYu (file photo of gecko) Mealworms (file photo) was one of the items that Sun would eat during live-stream videos Authorities have ruled out foul play in the man's death but were investigating the cause of death, the report added.samaritans. His videos have been removed from DouYu. The number of users on live-streaming platforms in China reached 425 million as of June 2018, according to a rerport by China National Radio.. Live-streaming videos have been a dominant trend in China, where many young people have become online celebrities and millionaires by broadcasting their daily lives, including filming themselves singing, dancing and eating. Live-streaming videos have been a dominant trend in China, where many young people have become online celebrities and millionaires by broadcasting their daily lives, including filming themselves singing, dancing and eating. However, many, like Sun, risk their lives just to get more views.

In November 2017, a 26-year-old internet star named Wu Yongning who was also known as 'China's first rooftopper' fell to his death from the top of a 62-storey skyscraper in Changsha while filming a video. Live-streaming videos have been a dominant trend in China, where many young people have become online celebrities and millionaires by broadcasting their daily lives (file photo) Wu Yongning, 26, an internet star known as 'China's first rooftopper,' was doing pull-ups at the top of the Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, in November 2017 when he lost his grip and fell The former movie stuntman had one million followers on social media and was known for scaling skyscrapers without any safety equipment in more than 300 videos. Live-streaming videos have been a dominant trend in China, where many young people have become online celebrities and millionaires by broadcasting their daily lives (file photo) Wu Yongning, 26, an internet star known as 'China's first rooftopper,' was doing pull-ups at the top of the Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, in November 2017 when he lost his grip and fell The former movie stuntman had one million followers on social media and was known for scaling skyscrapers without any safety equipment in more than 300 videos. In May, a woman was left wounded after trying to eat an octopus alive during a live-stream video. The woman screamed in pain as she desperately attempted to remove the animal's tentacles from her skin. There are about 100 live-streaming platforms in China today as authorities tighten their control on such services. There are about 100 live-streaming platforms in China today as authorities tighten their control on such services.

In May 2016, the Chinese government banned the 'seductive' consumption of bananas during the webcam live-streams in an attempt to clamp down on 'inappropriate and erotic' content online. Officials have closed down 73 illegal live streaming platforms in the first half of 2017 and imposed life bans on 1,879 live streamers who severely violated regulations, according to China Daily. Deloitte estimates that the country's lives-streaming industry made US$4. Deloitte estimates that the country's lives-streaming industry made US$4.4 billion (£3.35 billion) in 2018, up 32 per cent from 2017. About one-fifth of full-time hosts make more than 10,000 yuan (£1,129) a month, according to a survey cited by Caixin.

About one-fifth of full-time hosts make more than 10,000 yuan (£1,129) a month, according to a survey cited by Caixin. .