GAMER RAAAAGE!: 46-Year Old Chokes 13-Year Old For Killing Him In Call Of Duty

October 2, 2011


Seen here posing outside Satan's apartment, 46-year old Mark Bradford choked the 13-year old son of a friend for killing him in Call of Duty: Black Ops (previously: a Counter Strike stabbing). Not gonna lie, dude looks like a pederast.

The pal's mum had to come to the terrified boy's rescue after Bradford marched into the front room and grabbed the boy's throat with both hands.

Jobless Bradford and the teenager had been playing the violent game on PlayStations and were talking to each other on microphones over the internet.

He said yesterday: "I'd been playing the whole day and he was baiting me and just would not shut up.

"I just lost it. In a moment of madness I went round to the house. I didn't know what I was going to do.

"It wasn't malice. I just grabbed him. I've seen him since and apologised. The injuries weren't that bad but I do regret it."

God, grow up (plus stop looking so creepy AND GET A JOB). You know how many times I've wanted to choke somebody for killing me in a video game? Hundreds -- maybe even thousands. But you know how many times I've actually followed through with it? Every single one. DON'T F*** WITH ME!

Middle-aged man attacks boy over Call of Duty video game [mirror]

Thanks to stephen and Mycropht, who have never choked anybody for killing them in a video game but have taken out their anger by being rude to neighbors. Oh hi Miss Johnson -- YOU HAG!

  • jon doe

    If you mouth off to a large man in a pub, he might just attack you.  The only reason the kid did it online is because he's a cowardly SOB and uses anonymity as a way to get away with his childish antics.

    I think he learned a valuable lesson: If you taunt  someone bigger than you...they might just choke you.

  • handicappedentertainment

    I missed the part where the kid was anonymous...

  • GirlFromSpace

    I'd choke AND pee on him.

  • Mad_Man1

    I would shoot him in the knee caps with a harpoon gun

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