As of late, a live-streaming host wanted to gain popularity by eating a live octopus. But she ended up screaming and crying after the octopus sucked onto her face.
Recently, in a terrifying occurrence of sorts, a Chinese live-streaming host was left appalled by an octopus while endeavoring to film herself eating the eight-armed creature alive. The octopus apparently tried to fight off the blogger by attaching to her face with its suckers.
Consequently, the lady shouted in agony as she frantically endeavored to remove the creature's tentacles from her skin. In case, you aren't aware, an octopus normally utilizes its tentacles to catch prey or safeguard itself from potential assaults.
Moreover, it utilizes its long and solid arms to wrap around different creatures and its suckers to firmly stick to their face. A mature giant Pacific octopus has somewhere in the range of 280 suckers on each arm, and every sucker contains a huge number of chemical receptors, as indicated by statistics.
The 50-second video was taped by a blogger known as 'seaside girl Little Seven' on mainstream short-video platform Kuaishou. Towards the start of the clip, the octopus can be seen already stuck to her face yet the host does not give off an impression of being scared.
She can be heard revealing to her fans 'look how hard it's sucking' as she endeavors to expel a tentacle from her upper lip. Eventually, after understanding that the octopus wouldn't give up, the host starts to go nuts and cry.
She screams before the camera 'painful' and 'I can't remove it' while utilizing everything that is in her power to pull the octopus off her left cheek. Shockingly, her face turns out to be somewhat disfigured in the process before the octopus at long last gives in and lets go.
However, when she finally removed the octopus, the host recollected her primary objective as she shouted 'I'll eat it in the next video' while holding the creature in her hands. At that point, she understood the octopus had sucked onto her face so hard that it left a little gory wound on her cheek.
The video blogger lives in the city of Lianyungang and cherishes eating fish, as indicated by information on her Kuaishou account. She has eaten an assortment of cooked fish including crawfish and lobsters in her shows since she began her live-streaming channel around about 14 days back.
It seems as if she is rather eager to get popular as she can be heard grumbling in a previous clip, "Why none of my clips ended up on the trending topics chart?" Ironically, her most recent octopus video has turned her into a viral topic on China's online platforms.