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Octopus Sucks Onto Vlogger's Face As She Tries To Eat It Alive

Octopus Sucks Onto Vlogger's Face As She Tries To Eat It Alive

A lot of vloggers will go to extreme lengths to get views, and Seaside Girl Little Seven is no exception.

The live-streamer, from Lianyungang, Jiangsu province, regularly posts videos of herself eating seafood on Chinese video-sharing platform Kuaishou, but her latest clip has gone viral for all the wrong reasons.

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In the video, the vlogger attempts to eat a live octopus - regarded as a delicacy in some cultures - on camera in a bid to go viral.

She can be seen with the octopus attached to her face, but she starts to panic when it turns out she can't remove it and the terrified creature stays firmly attached.

"Look how hard it's sucking" she can be heard saying, adding that it's "painful" and she "can't remove it" as she continues to pull at the octopus, tearing at her skin in the process.

When she finally manages to get the octopus off, she tells the camera: "I'll eat it in the next video."

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After spotting the cut on her cheek, the vlogger cries, "my face is disfigured."

Credit: Kuaishou
Credit: Kuaishou

Octopuses will often use their tentacles to catch their dinner and fight off predators, which the vlogger should probably have known before she tried to put a live one into her mouth.

It appears Seaside Girl Little Seven has her sights set on fame, after she complained in a previous clip: 'Why none of my clips ended up on the trending topics chart?'"

According to the Daily Mail, commenters on Weibo were unsympathetic, saying: "She deserves it. She tried to eat the octopus and the octopus tried to eat her too" and "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth".

Credit: Kuaishou
Credit: Kuaishou

The disturbing incident has made headlines around the world, but sadly, the octopus probably isn't around to see his fame.

Topics: Entertainment, Entertainment News

Marianne Eloise

Marianne writes about TV, film and internet culture for Nylon, VICE, The Guardian, Vulture, Time Out and more. She was previously a staff writer at Dazed.

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