After Brutal Murder, Taiwanese Gamers Apparently Kept Playing

On April 3, an 18 year-old man entered an internet café in Taiwan and stabbed another man to death. Even after that horrific event, some in the café apparently continued gaming. One patron reportedly did so in blood splattered clothes.

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Shenzhen Satellite TV (via TechInAsia) broadcasted surveillance camera footage of the attack (below); the incident happened in a room full of net café patrons. Unfortunately, nobody stopped the murder.

According to an eyewitness, one customer (in the upper corner of screen) continued to play computer games after the attack, even though her clothes were splattered in blood. Other patrons next to her also remained in the net café after the incident, their eyes fixed on their monitors.

网吧发生命案 女子衣服溅血仍淡定玩游戏 [Youku via TechInAsia]

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