Streamer's attempt to BBQ in his room ends in disaster
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In what will be a surprise to absolutely no one, a streamer's attempt to BBQ in his room ended in disaster.
It's really not a good idea to have a barbecue in your room – or any open fire for that matter. And while this might be obvious to most, apparently not everyone knows the basics of health and safety.
That includes one Twitch streamer who goes by the name Kimorin on social media. In the now viral clip, he can be seen holding a torch hooked up to a gas canister over the tiny grill.
What's more, the guy has absolutely no protective gear on and just a towel placed underneath the barbecue.
It doesn't take long for the flames to grow out of control, completely engulfing the setup and setting off the man's fire alarm.
For a moment it looks like Kimorin is going to try and put the fire out, but soon enough he gives up and dashes out of the room.
Thankfully he made it out of there alive – here's hoping he ran off to call the fire brigade.
The footage originally popped up on Reddit yesterday (December 27) before it was shared by Dexerto, who wrote: "This streamer really attempted to BBQ in his room…
"The only time a Twitch streamer cooks their own food and it’s a fire hazard."
The online community hasn't been too sympathetic towards the streamer, with some suggesting this isn't the first time he's set fire to things in the name of Twitch views.
One wrote: "Honestly surprised this guy isn't banned yet, if his entire thing is just him playing with fire like an idiot, setting fire to his room every stream."
In response, another said: "His poor neighbors. This f**king idiot is going to get innocent people killed, and possibly children.
"Honestly, f**k this guy. He doesn't deserve that home he's torching."
A third chimed in: "Ah, my weekly reminder to never move into a high rise apartment, lovely."
Kimorin himself has since taken to Twitter to explain the situation, starting off by apologising for 'worrying everyone'.
He said: "The fire just looked strong, but in reality it was only inside the fireproof sheet, so I was completely in control of the fire."
The Twitch user went on to say that the only reason his stream stopped is because he accidentally pulled out the router.
Whatever the case, people aren't too impressed with him for performing such a dangerous stunt.
UNILAD has contacted Kimorin for comment.