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Entertainment • Jun 03, 2019

Streamer forgets to end Twitch broadcast before having sex

Streamer forgets to end Twitch broadcast before having sex

Twitch streamer forgot to switch off their broadcast before having sexual intercourse with their female partner, and left it running for everyone to hear - oops.

Twitch is home to all sorts of weird and wonderful things, but one streamer took things to another level during their June 3 broadcast of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.

The unknown streamer accidentally left their stream running on a server timeout message, before initiating sex with their female partner, and you could hear literally everything.

The streamer was playing The Division 2 before he accidentally left it running.

The Twitch clip was hastily deleted so we were unable to catch the streamer’s name, but any attempts to view the clip on Reddit or Twitch come up negative, meaning the account has since been banned.

You can view a portion of the incident below, but beware, the audio is extremely NSFW:

It was pointed out by one commenter on Reddit that it's possible the streamer simply played an adult film that was picked up by his streaming setup, but there's no way to tell for certain. 

Another streamer showed his room after not cleaning it for 14 years

If you thought you'd seen it all on Twitch - you haven't. One streamer recently showed viewers what his bedroom looks like after not cleaning it for 14 years.

Jaegerrmeister, a 20-year old American streamer, was living amongst piles of trash and unclean bowls before he finally decided to clean up on the day of his 20th birthday.

One of the grossest highlights from his stream was the uncovering of an old bowl filled with mouldy mac and cheese that was so old it looked like literal feces.

 "Basically, I moved into this house in like 2004, 2005, and I didn't clean it. Now it's this bad," he admitted.

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