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Entertainment • Apr 22, 2019

Twitch streamer banned after using phone as sex toy

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Twitch streamer banned after using phone as sex toy
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Twitch has seen a slew of odd moments in its lifetime, from livestreamed vandalism, fistfights, and even porn - but one streamer’s on-stream antics take the cake.

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Twitch streamer ‘Ahrilove’ was in the middle of a broadcast on April 21 (Easter Sunday, no less) when she decided to find another use for her smartphone, placing the device on vibrate and sticking it in her underwear.

If you’re brave, you can view the clip down below: but be warned, this content is seriously NSFW.

Banned for Smartphone crimes

Of course, such violations don’t go without consequences, and it was later reported that Ahrilove had received an alleged 24-hour ban for the offense - which fittingly took place to the tune of Khia’s ‘My Neck, My Back.’

Viewers across the internet were appalled at Ahrilove’s antics, with some wondering how the streamer got away with being banned for a mere 24-hour period - while others claimed that, “this is why I never ask to use a stranger’s phone.”

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Twitch's history of NSFW slip-ups

This wouldn’t be the first time a streamer has gotten more than a little NSFW during a live broadcast; in fact, popular streamer ‘sweetsaltypeach’ was also banned after showing a little too much skin while adjusting her shorts during a ‘Just Chatting’ broadcast in mid-April.

[Warning: the clip below is NSFW]

That wasn’t her first ban, either - 'sweetsaltypeach' likewise got in trouble with Twitch due to streaming a cooking show in see-through shorts, resulting her being banned from the site for an undetermined amount of time.

Twitch was also plagued by a user streaming “hardcore porn” on the platform in late January, with one broadcast going undetected by moderators for over ten minutes with a reported number of over 8,000 viewers.

While many streamers receive bans for inappropriate conduct, popular streamer Alinity Divine was an exception to this rule, after taking a NSFW selfie during a broadcast in early March.

That wasn’t Alinity’s first offense, by far; in fact, the streamer had accidentally shown a full-on ‘dick pic’ during a previous stream, which had been placed in her Discord server by a malicious user without warning.

Twitch’s Director of Creator Development, djWHEAT, spoke out on the platform’s moderation process during the Dexerto Talk Show on April 8, calling it, “one of the most difficult things that any company on the internet [can do].”

Ahrilove has yet to provide a statement on her ban.

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