After Gaming For 20 Hours, Man Could Not Walk

Images: Pear

A man in Zhejiang Province, China had to be carried out of a net cafe after losing feeling in his legs following a marathon gaming session.

According to QQ (via Newsweek), the man didn't take a break during a reported twenty-hour gaming session. When he tried to get up to go the restroom, he discovered he was unable to move from the waist down.

"It seems he had lost sensation completely and couldn't move at all," a friend is quoted as saying (via Newsweek). "We had to call for an ambulance."

In a video posted to Chinese video platform Pear, paramedics can be seen carrying away the man, who keeps saying he wants to finish his game.


Comments

    I can barely last 2 hours without getting up and taking a pee, WHAT is wrong with these people? IRON bladders? their probably dehydrated as to prevent this which actually makes the whole blood circulation situation worse!

      Why do you need to pee so much?

        Because he/she probably does this thing called "keeping hydrated"

    What is wrong with the world, Go outside once in a while, Take a break, Kick a balk around with your dog, Appreciate the small things in life so if you ever had a legitimate accident & lost the ability to walk.. Fk ppl are really dumb sometimes.

      I don't like balls or dogs.
      Why can't I do with my body as I wish?

      I could easily say what's wrong with you wasting your time with a stupid ball and dog. You should get onto a computer and learn some skills on there once in a while. Appreciate the more complex side of life.

        I'm a mechanical engineer, You look like an idiot now :).

    If you replace the word gaming with masturbation the article becomes a lot funnier.

    Bladder distension, pressure sores, constipation, permanent nerve damage are just a few of the problems he would have caused his body. Probably playing on a hard surface chair, got extremely uncomfortable but ignored it and hammered on. The man's an idiot but I'm surprised the establishment hadn't picked up on it sooner.

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