The mania of PUBG addiction does not appear to have ended. A 25-year-old guy murdered his father in a terrible case after he was prevented from playing the renowned royal battle game. Raghuveer Kumbar from the Belagavi district of Karnataka reportedly had an ongoing fight over his addiction to PUBG with his father.
His deceased father, 65-year-old Shankrappa Kumbar, was a retired policeman. Raghuveer took the life of his father after a heated discussion between the two on Sunday and cut off his head and legs so he could play the game on his mobile phone in “peace.”
Another source indicates the event at Siddheshwar Nagar Kakati at 5 AM this morning. Raghuveer was angry when he found out his father had cut off the internet and removed his phone. He locked his family in another room and then started to beat his father before being cut into pieces.
It is said that the young person was the victim of mental illness caused by excessive exposure to his mobile phone, which caused him to perpetuate this abominable act. Police arrested the accused and questioned him.
We’ve seen several cases in the past where young individuals have taken the common route too seriously, leading to poor examination outcomes, angry conduct, and even suicides.
A fifteen-year-old allegedly killed his elder brother in another tragic case after being scolded by him for playing PUBG matches on mobile in Bhiwandi in Thane district of Maharashtra. The child was angry after Mohammad Shaikh, his 19-year-old brother, requested him not to play on his phone, as he said.