The web portal Twitch for live streaming videos recently blocked a Russian user under the nickname russiangas1 from the city of Rostov-on-Don, who had shown his burning gas stove 24 hours a day.
Now the channel of this stream is blocked with the message:
“This channel is currently unavailable due to a violation of the Community Rules or the Twitch Terms of Sale.”
The Russian also left the gas stove on when he went to work, but then only with one of four flames. The uninterrupted operation of the gas stove also received musical accompaniment with well-known songs such as “Die Internationale”, “Katyusha” and “Vstavai, Donbass!” (in German: Rise, Donbass!). As a mockery, the channel operator added texts to the video stream, such as: “From Moscow with Love” and “Winter is Coming”.
In the description, the operator provocatively pointed out that he himself only had to pay the equivalent of 1.44 euros per month for gas. He reached an audience of around 2,000 daily followers, who mainly viewed the gas continuous stream from Russia, Belarus, Israel, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Germany, Latvia, France, Spain, Greece and Georgia.
Shortly after the blocking of this long-running gas, another Russian started a stream of hot water. Apparently he was inspired by his predecessor. In his live stream he shows how hot water flows continuously in the bathroom.
The user also added comments such as “From Moscow with Love” and “Winter is Coming” to his video. In the bathtub, next to a yellow rubber duck, you can see a thermometer that shows the temperature of 27 degrees Celsius in the water. However, this stream will be accompanied by Russian military marches instead of songs.
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