london - A video, in which a plasterer was hanging out live in a video chat room, led to a wave of horror in England
A video, in which a plasterer was hanging out live in a video chat room, led to a wave of horror in England
The 39-year-old Gregory Tomkins came in on a virtual day in the discussion group 'Apple Inc Insults'. Within a few dozen seconds he hung up to bewilderment of the viewers themselves.
Shocked live viewers from all over the world wanted to call the police, but from America, for example, they did not succeed in reaching the emergency lines. Eventually an English participant could call the local 112 (999). Tomkins was already dead when the police found him.
The discussion group is used by people who insult each other as much as possible in public. It is part of the company 'Paltalk' where six million people worldwide discuss each other on various topics.
Tomkins often participated in the video chat room under the pseudonym Yakka and had never really noticed it. 'Yakka was a funny man, but could also get upset quickly. Then a group where people offend each other is not really suitable for him, 'the Daily Mail quotes someone on the forum of the site.