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Internet is a weird place. Although that’s not to say it’s not useful (it definitely is), but sometimes you notice crazy stuff getting viral. One such video has now come to light.

The video in question shows someone with a grenade while being part of a live stream. The language is non-English (could be Russian, if you go by comments). What makes the clip special is the grenade explodes in the person’s hand during the streaming session.

Then there’s a second explosion after the grenade is thrown. Take a look at the video (which has got over a million views, 3k retweets and 15k likes):

As you can see, the Tweet urges YouTube’s most subscribed channel PewDiePie to comment on the video.

Reasons are obvious, for one, Felix (PewDiePie’s real name) is good at offering funny commentary even at the most serious of the issues, and secondly, with PewDiePie’s 80 million strong follower base, the video will get a huge traction.

Anyway, here are some of the comments on the video we handpicked for you. Take a look:

For those looking for more, here’s the complete Twitch video.

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Himanshu Arora
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