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Young Dad Dies For Sake Of Internet Video, Collapsed Playing ‘Punch 4 Punch’ Game
A devoted young dad, who only recently started learning how to braid his little daughter’s hair, is dead today after playing a violent game that’s recently become popular on the internet. London, England, man Tommy Main — only 23-years-old — suffered a cardiac arrest and was later pronounced dead at a hospital after a friend reportedly punched him in the chest as part of the “Punch 4 Punch” game, as other revelers filmed the whole thing.
The plan was to post the video online.
“I had to say good by to my little brother today for the last time. I’m hurting so bad I don’t think I’ll ever be the same again,” Main’s older brother, Roy, wrote on Facebook after the death of his brother. “For the people at the party who call yourselves friends, you should have stopped it, not try and film it. I hope you can’t sleep.”
Tommy Main, a single dad, was devoted to his 4-year-old daughter, Aimee, as he made clear on his Facebook page, which he filled with photos of the adorable, smiling little girl.
There have been a number of “dare” games that have found followings on the internet in recent years. The Punch 4 Punch game is more or less self-explanatory. Two “players” exchange punches until one gives up. While the punches are usually targeted at arms and shoulders, Punch 4 Punch participants have also struck each other in the chest, gut or even the face.
Not surprisingly, the Punch 4 Punch contest is generally fueled by alcohol. The idea is to film the “game” and share the video on YouTube, Facebook or elsewhere online.to read more: inquisitr.com
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