“What The F@ck!” Aussie Gamer Attacked By Angry Magpie During Livestream

“What The F@ck!” Aussie Gamer Attacked By Angry Magpie During Livestream
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A gaming livestream turned even more violent than usual after the gamer was suddenly attacked by an angry mapgie in his own home.

Aussie gamer ‘Lynchy’ was playing a new video game called Valorant last Friday afternoon when the cantankerous bird suddenly flew into his loungeroom during the live feed.

“What the fuck. Oi, get out of here,” the 28-year-old explained of the feathery invader. “There’s a fuckin’ magpie in my house.”

Not content with social distancing, the magpie then takes up the fight with Lynchy, slamming straight into his face.

Despite the altercation, it’s understood both bird and Lynchy escaped any serious injury. Check out the feathered fun below:

 

 

 

 

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