We’re sure that many of you have come across this particular carnival game where a person sits on a chair positioned above a tank of water, and the other person tosses balls at a target and if the target is hit, the person on the chain gets dunked in the water. It is good and harmless fun in exchange for money.
Twitch streamer TheSushiDragon recently attempted a similar concept in exchange for donations, but instead of being dunked in water, he opted to put on TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) units where for every donation he received, he would also receive an electrical pulse in return.
Now, it might seem like an extreme stunt, but we should note that TENS units are not dangerous. In fact, they are typically used to relieve muscle pain, and he isn’t actually being electrocuted. Those who have tried it have described it as feeling like a prickly sensation, although in the video, TheSushiDragon might have exaggerated it by acting like he was in pain.
The video has since been taken down, although it is unclear if TheSushiDragon removed it himself or if Twitch removed it as it has been pointed out that it could be considered as “self-harm”. We’re not sure if TheSushiDragon might face punishment from Twitch for the stunt, but so far it seems that his channel remains up and running minus that particular video.