Stream sniper sniffs female IRL streamer’s chair after she goes to restaurant bathroom

Meg Bethany Koepp

A female IRL Twitch streamer was broadcasting from a fast food restaurant when she got up briefly to go to the bathroom. The strangest occurrence happened while she was gone.

There always seems to be something weird going down on Twitch, whether it’s just someone having an outburst, or if it’s something a little bit more inappropriate like the guy who accidentally left his stream running while having sex.

The latest strange occurrence comes after a stream sniper sniffed a female IRL streamer’s chair after she got up to go to the bathroom.

TwitchThe stream sniper took the opportunity to sniff her seat.

One question: why?

In the clip, the unnamed female streamer is sitting in a popular fast food restaurant drinking a soda, before she gets up out of her seat and announces, “Okay, be right back, guys. I need to pee again. Round two. Be right back!”

She is out of shot for about 20 seconds before the male customer sitting next to her laughs to his friend, bending over to sniff her seat for a few seconds. 

“Hahaha, stop! Jesus Christ,” the friend says, as the two erupt into fits of laughter.

The action was obviously done in jest, but it’s still gross and very strange. As to why anyone would think that’s an appropriate action to perform in public to a stranger is anyone’s guess.

(Mobile viewers can click here to watch the following clip on Streamable.)

Twitch can be a weird place

Another Twitch streamer caught people’s attention a few days ago, after he showed off his semen-covered wall during a broadcast.

User Bingo1 was streaming in his bedroom when a viewer asked him for a room tour. He obliged, but not before showing his watchers his jizz-stained wall.

“That is cum stains,” he explains. “Can I show that? Is that against TOS [terms of service]? Can I show cum stains?” he asked as he pointed to the offending white marks.

It’s not entirely certain whether he was joking or not, but it certainly looked real.

About The Author

Meg was Weekend Editor at Dexerto before leaving us in April 2022.