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Social media influencer dies after consuming four bottles of ‘Chinese vodka’ during live stream
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Social media influencer dies after consuming four bottles of ‘Chinese vodka’ during live stream

| @indiablooms | 27 May 2023, 04:30 pm

A Chinese social media influencer has died after he was suspected to have drunk  more than four bottles of baijiu, sometimes known as 'Chinese vodka', during a live stream.

The 34-year-old social media influencer was identified as  “Sanqiange” on Douyin.

The man from Jiangsu province in eastern China died after a live-streaming contest that began at 1am on May 16, reports South China Morning Post.

He was found dead later that afternoon, seated at a desk at a friend’s home, Shangyou News reported as quoted by South China Morning Post.

The video of his live streaming has now gone viral on the social media.

A close friend of the influencer, surnamed Zhao, said more than 100 people signed into the contest’s online chat room at the time, but no one raised any concerns.

“He had a wonderful personality. He was very sincere and gentle,” Zhao told Shangyou News as quoted by South China Morning Post.

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