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Gross Gore contacts police after trolls spam his house with unpaid kebabs

by Meg Bethany Koepp
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Twitch streamer Ali 'Gross Gore' Larsen had to end his broadcast early on February 9 after trolls kept ordering takeaway kebabs to his house. He then vowed to go to the police and get to the bottom of who's sending him the unwanted and unpaid food.

Gross Gore has allegedly fallen victim to food pranks in the past, with his subreddit forum on Reddit supposedly being shut down because he was sent copious amounts of unwanted yogurt to his home address.

More recently, trolls decided to spam the Twitch personality's house with takeaway orders, and he's had enough. It's gone so far that he's getting the police involved to put a stop to it once and for all.

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Trolls spam Gross Gore with kebabs

During his February 9 Old School RuneScape broadcast, the streamer opened up about his struggle with being trolled after an unknown assailant sent not one, not two, but three unpaid orders to his home while he was live.

"This is the third kebab ordered to my house tonight," he said as he held the food bag up to the camera. "Unpaid for. I don't find it funny at all, and I've got to close the stream because of it, so that's what I'm gonna do."

The 27-year-old then revealed how he was going to talk to the police and local fast food shops to put a stop to the trolls. "Tomorrow, I'm going to be contacting the police and I'm going to go to every kebab shop in my area and tell them the situation," he said before he ended the stream earlier than planned.

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After the livestream ended, the British personality took to Twitter to vent his frustrations and ask his followers for their advice on the situation with a video captioned "I seriously am not happy. I don't know what to do."

"I had to turn off my stream after three hours because it's been happening all day," he explained as he angled the camera towards numerous takeaway bags. "Kebab, kebab, kebabs, about £50 worth of food unpaid for to my address. I'm sick of people thinking it's funny to deliver food to my address."

"I'm going to take a day off streaming tomorrow and sort this out. I don't find it funny, and it's not nice, and it's a reason my anxiety has been playing up for the last four years," he continued. "You will get in trouble if you're caught, and you're wasting my money, you're wasting these food companies' money, and I just don't find it funny."

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After he was sent the first kebab during his stream, Gross Gore revealed how trolls had actually been targeting him for a while, and had even found the office building where he used to work and targeted him with food deliveries there.

"I had a little electric box in the corner, and they knew where I was working from. They knew the room number. They knew because this electric box in the corner!" he said. "And I come on stream one day, and everyone's spamming "Unit 26 WideHardo" ... I was scared! I thought I was being followed! I legit, I s**t myself, my anxiety went through the roof! I thought I was gonna get killed."

The Twitch personality then revealed the lengths his aggressors went to in order to harass him. "Turns out that they somehow had blueprints of the building. Can you believe that s**t? You should have seen it, it's like they went detective mode on Discord. Mission 'find where Gross Gore works' ... It was scary! ... These guys are super freaks!"

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While you usually have to pay for food upon ordering, certain apps like Deliveroo and Uber Eats allow you to pay in cash when it arrives at an address in the UK, which is presumably what these trolls were doing to Gross Gore.

It is unclear at the time of writing as to what action the police will be taking once he reports the situation, but Dexerto will keep you updated with any further developments.