Man bizarrely BITE a young boy’s ear in a disturbing scene

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A man was seen biting on a young boy’s ear during Thursday’s coverage of the World Championship at The Crucible in Sheffield.

What Happened?

Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry was speaking during a break in play in BBC‘s coverage of the afternoon session when the disturbing moment could be seen in the background over his left shoulder.

The man, who is unidentified appeared to whisper in the child’s ear before proceeding to nibble on his ear with viewers left shocked.

The boy seem unfazed as he noticed he could be seen on the live broadcast and then smiled and waved towards the camera as the man pulled back.

It is Now a Police Case

Police statement reads: ‘Yesterday, Thursday 25 April at 9.20pm, we received a call to inform us of a video circulating on social media of a man and a boy at the Crucible in Sheffield.

‘We are aware of the footage and officers will be reviewing the content.’

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A spokesperson for the World Snooker Tour said on Friday: ‘we are aware of this incident and it is now a police matter’. 

One fan quickly posted the a clip of the incident on social media, writing ‘what the f*** did I just see?!’ with the ‘sick’ emoji. 

The video had amassed over 12million views and 58,000 likes by Friday morning with X users expressing their horror.

‘This is very troubling’, wrote one while another said ‘I just threw up’.

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