To Play Games Without Any Disturbance, 25-YO PUBG Gamer Cut Father’s Head Off
Jyotis - Sep 10, 2019
The ill-fated father always advised his son that he shouldn’t spend much time playing PUBG. That was also the major reason for his death.
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This is not the first time Player Unknown’s Battleground (or PUBG) have been linked with bad news caused by its gamers. As a piece of evidence, an Indian man, 25 years old, has reportedly slaughtered his father and more cruelly, he even cut his head and legs off. The crime scene happened in Belagavi district, Karnataka.
The murderer’s name is Raghuveer Kumbar. He often had severe conflicts with his father because Kumbar was addicted to playing the popular video game PUBG. When it came to the victim, Shankrappa Kambar, 65 years old, used to work as a policeman before his retirement. This ill-fated father always advised his son that he shouldn’t spend much time on this game. That was also the major reason for his death.
At night when the crime took place, the father and son, as usual, had a fiery argument with each other. At the moment Kumbar was losing his control, he slaughtered his father and chopped off his head and legs. As revealed in the son’s testimony, he just wanted to play PUBG ‘in peace’.
The murderer, of course, was rapidly arrested and has been questioned by the police.
As mentioned above, Kumbar’s case is not the only one. In the past, a 15-YO boy also killed his older brother named Mohammad Shaikh, 19 years old, after being scolded because he played PUBG mobile game on his brother’s mobile. The incident took place in Thane district, Maharashtra. The news was updated by PTI.
In addition, there was another notable case relating to the famous mobile game in Hyderabad. This time, the victim was a boy under the age of 19. He constantly played PUBG for many hours, which led to his sudden brain stroke. We may know about the possible dangers of the game addiction, as well as hear about the pity deaths concerning playing PUBG; however, not all of us can help game addicts escape from the attraction of PUBG mobile game.