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Police Pull Over Twitch Streamer, Chat Plays Nonstop Fart Noises

Police Pull Over Twitch Streamer, Chat Plays Nonstop Fart Noises

YungFika had to ask his viewers to stop playing fart noises as the police checked his license.

When you’re streaming, pretty much anything can happen - it’s kind of the point. Whether it’s a gaming stream or one of the increasingly popular real-life ones, there’s a level of unpredictability there which can put streamers into all sorts of situations, many of which can be pretty funny. 

Take a look at some funny livestream wins and fails below.

As reported by Dexerto, one Swedish Twitch streamer, who goes by YungFika, saw one serious situation turn chaotic earlier this week when he got pulled over by the police in his car during a real life driving stream. 

For a bit of background info, YungFika had made it so that his viewers were able to play certain noises over his car’s speakers - a seemingly innocent (if not potentially very annoying) idea. As the streamer handed over his license to the police, the first couple of sound effects came through - but the “bruh” and “bonk” had nothing on what was to follow.

Some users very quickly began spamming loud, reverberating fart noises, while others in the chat begged them to stop. Eventually, the streamer ended up having to grab his phone to ask them to be quiet, too - although it’s pretty clear he was trying not to laugh.

“They literally f**king followed me dude, it’s so f**ked up,” he said. “Don’t worry, I think it’s f**king funny. […] They were walking around the car laughing, bro!”

It’s not known exactly why he was pulled over, but he was free to go in the end. It should also go without saying that you shouldn’t be using your phone while driving - even if it’s only being used to stream.

Featured Image Credit: YungFika via Twitch, Michael Förtsch via Unsplash

Topics: Twitch