Boy Beheads Himself With Chainsaw After Losing Computer Game

A 15-year-old boy has ‘switched on a chainsaw and sawed off his own head’ after he losing a computer game.

Boy Beheads Himself

A criminal case has been opened into incitement to suicide after Pavel Matveev’s body was found in the village of Mogochino in Tomsk region.

Reports say the young boy was addicted to a computer that his single mother had bought for him. It was unclear what ‘game’ he was playing.

But a female source quoted by Plohie Novosti and Novosti V Tomske news sources saying his death came after playing a computer game.

‘This is what killed him,’ she was quoted as saying.

He ‘spent hours at his computer’ and his ‘nerves’ gave in after a game, she claimed.

Russian media cited local sources saying that he was addicted to a computer that his single mother had bought for him. It was unclear what ‘game’ he was playing.

But a female source quoted by Plohie Novosti and Novosti V Tomske news sources saying his death came after playing a computer game.

‘This is what killed him,’ she was quoted as saying.

He ‘spent hours at his computer’ and his ‘nerves’ gave in after a game, she claimed.

State owned Russian television channel NTV reported:“A teenager from Tomsk region committed suicide after he lost a computer game.”

The local office of the Russian Investigative Committee gave no further details on Pavel’s case except to confirm a criminal case had been opened into incitement to suicide.

Russia has seen several so-called ‘death groups’ allegedly incite children and teenagers to take their own lives whilst playing online games.

It is unclear whether the alleged suicide of Pavel has any links to this phenomenon.

Some of the groups feature a game called Blue Whale in which victims are ‘brainwashed’by sick online mentors to complete 50 steps involving exhaustion and self-harm, ending in suicide.

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