Source Pravda.Ru

Chinese sits at Internet cafe playing for 3 days non-stop and dies

43462.jpegA man from China died after his three day gaming binge. This was after the man sat in an internet café and did not sleep for three days and hardly ate.

This throws light over the ever-growing craze of internet in the people of China. It has its effect on thousands of Chinese people; it has been found out in a research conducted, TopNews United States reports.

The man, who had reportedly spent more than 10,000 yuan ($1,500) on internet gaming over the past month, was rushed to a nearby clinic but was pronounced dead a short time afterwards.

Police removed several computers from the cafe for investigation but have ruled out homicide and were examining specific causes of death, according to MyFox Washington DC.

 

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