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Twitch streamer gets banned after appearing to run over dog during livestream

Rachel Lang

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Twitch streamer gets banned after appearing to run over dog during livestream

Featured Image Credit: Twitch/sideneuke

A Polish influencer has been banned from Twitch after appearing to run over a dog with her car.

Streamer Sidneuke was in the middle of a live broadcast while driving when she hit and injured a dog, according to Dexerto.

To make matters worse, she was looking down at her phone when the incident happened.


The livestream video caught her getting back in her car and driving off.

In the February 17 video, she then ranted about the dog's owner, blaming them for the animal being loose.

You can see the video below, but be warned: It makes for graphic viewing.


In the clip, she can be heard saying in Polish: "Jesus, how many dogs are here? Some of them must be in heat.

"If someone lets dogs out, it's not a one-off situation.

"These dogs are constantly on the street.

"I'm saying straight away that dogs shouldn't be free. This is wrong and against the law."


She added: "You can't leave dogs unattended."

Her Twitch account has since been deactivated, with her site now reading: "This channel is currently unavailable due to a violation of Twitch’s Community Guidelines or Terms of Service."

Even though her account has been nixed, the video made its way to Reddit and Twitter and it did not go down well.


One user said: "I'm glad she's permanently banned, disgusting behaviour. Why are you using your f**king phone while driving. So f**king dumb."

They added: "Her drivers licence should be taken away. I hate anyone that texts and drives, they deserve hell."

A second commented: "Why the f**k was she driving and texting. My god why are some people so f**king dumb."


A third replied: "The saddest part is this was totally avoidable. Sincerely hope she loses her licence, might help her have better judgement in future."

According to Polsta News, the Lower Silesian Inspectorate for Animal Protection confirmed it will apply to the prosecutor's office to have her charged.

"We decided to notify the prosecutor's office in this case," a representative said.

"The first issue that is beyond doubt is that dogs should not run free. However, since they were already running, then: [she] should [have] stopped and reacted."

They added: "It's empathy and social duty."

Twitch has been approached for comment. Sidneuke was unable to be contacted.

Topics: News, Twitch, Social Media

Rachel Lang
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