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IRL Twitch streamer gets shoe covered in puke in epic skateboard fail

by Calum Patterson

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A Polish livestreamer was left red in the face after trying to show off to friends and viewers, leaving him with his shoe literally covered in sick.

IRL (in real life) streaming is popular on Twitch as an escape from all the gaming content which dominates the platform generally, and many streamers have made their careers from broadcasting their daily lives.

It's undoubtedly one of the more peculiar categories though, where streamers will get up to all kinds of weird and wonderful activities in the name of entertaining viewers and hopefully attracting new ones.

IRL streamers must also be more careful while streaming out in public, to avoid breaching Twitch's strict community guidelines, particularly those about privacy.

For this Polish streamer though, one of his first few IRL streams could not have gone worse. In a clip that has now racked up tens of thousands of views (a significant number for a streamer with less than 1,000 followers), he suffered an embarrassing fail.

It all started innocently, with Pagovsky streaming out in public, as he was demonstrating some of his skateboard tricks, one of which appears to involve loosening his shoe.

As he prepared to do the trick, he, for some reason, launched his shoe off his feet – landing it in the most unlucky location possible.

Somehow, of the entire street in which shoe could have landed, it plopped squarely into a large splat of human vomit.

Leaving his friends and viewers in hysterics, Pagovsky reluctantly retrieved his footwear – though we don't see whether he actually put it back on (we can only hope not).

Leaving his friends and viewers in hysterics, Pagovsky reluctantly retrieved his footwear – though we don't see whether he actually put it back on (we can only hope not).

He did take it back with him though, and showed off the damage on stream the next day.

It wasn't his only skateboarding fail of the day though, as earlier in the day on October 22 he streamed himself taking a nasty fall – without even trying a trick.

Judging by the state of the soles, he needed some new skateboarding shoes anyway, so this may have prompted him to get a fresh pair.