The old saying "fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me" can be applied to many things in life, including video games.
This is especially true for popular streamer Michael 'Shroud' Grzesiek when playing PUBG, as he comically made sure to avoid the same mistake that had previously gotten him banned from the game.
Several weeks ago, Shroud thought it would be fun to hop into a hacker's vehicle in PUBG and fly across the map.
However, the little adventure ended up getting him banned from the game's servers for participating in the hacker's illicit activities, although that was eventually uplifted.
Live-streaming the game on July 16, Shroud found himself in an eerily similar situation as a minivan floated across his screen and through the wall of an adjacent building.
Knowing that he had already been disciplined for that very same thing, he was careful to quickly eliminate the hacker and not leave any room for confusion.
The clip itself has an overall amusing and funny vibe; almost everyone watching knew what was going on as Shroud tensed up when seeing the vehicle fly in front of him.
The way he meticulously aimed in at the hacker before killing him, and his slight chuckle afterwards, are clear indicators that Shroud has definitely learned his lesson.
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