Luke Munday bought his Fortnite Battle Royale season 7 dlc pass, and like everyone else just wants enjoy all the new content. However, after an "alleged" altercation with his girlfriend. It seems like the only contents he'll be seeing is inside of a priso
MrDeadMoth was focused on his lamp-wielding “Fortnite” avatar before a woman’s off-screen voice dissolved the fantasy visage streaming online.
“I’ll be out soon,” the gamer insisted Sunday evening, his voice rising. “Just wait!” They tussled. He intercepted a cardboard box she appeared to throw. He tossed it back. “Can you not? I said I’ll be out soon.”
Then he rushed toward her, delivering what sounds like a hard slap. She wailed. A child’s voice called out. The man repeated a chilling line to the woman: “How many times do I have to tell you?”
The woman realized a child in the home outside Sydney was not the only potential witness.
“You hear that? All you people there,” she said, apparently speaking to people watching the match over Twitch, the popular streaming social site. “He just hit me in the face!”
Police arrested and charged the 26-year-old man with common assault hours later, the New South Wales police said in a statement Monday, as profanity-laced and disturbing video of the incident circulated online.
“While the woman was not seriously injured she was distressed and shaken by the incident,” the police said of the unnamed 21-year-old woman. She was given a protective order. A 3-year-old girl and a toddler were in the home at the time, police said.
A police spokesperson declined to provide the man’s name, citing laws that prohibit releasing details ahead of a court appearance scheduled for Thursday. Australian media identified him as Luke James Munday. He could not be reached for comment.
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