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Man Becomes 'Twitter King' As His Tornado Drinking Technique Goes Viral

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Man Becomes 'Twitter King' As His Tornado Drinking Technique Goes Viral

Many of us will have tried to strawpedo a drink before now. Hell, some may even been fond of the odd 'Eyeball Paul' (Google it, kids). But how many can say they've necked a bottle of lager in a tornado fashion? Well, get an eyeful of this:

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Meet Hebei Pangzai. He's the bloke who has been dubbed a 'Twitter King', and he's got his tornado-style drinking to thank for it.

The viral sensation - whose real name is Liu Shichao - holds the bottle to his mouth before raising it and quickly shaking it in a circular motion, in a bid to create a tornado inside the glass.

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The 34-year-old doesn't only drink the bottle in impressive fashion, but he also removes the bottle cap with a knife and some remarkable force.

The 'tornado' inside the bottle. Credit: Ruptly
The 'tornado' inside the bottle. Credit: Ruptly

On Pangzai's Twitter account, which has amassed over 130,000 followers, he describes himself as the 'inventor of tornado beer drinking style'.

On the social media profile, he can be seen performing a number of ridiculous drinking skills - including one where he pops two 1.5 litre bottles into his mouth and necks them both at the same time.

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Pangzai describes himself as the 'inventor of tornado beer drinking style' on his Twitter profile. Credit: Twitter
Pangzai describes himself as the 'inventor of tornado beer drinking style' on his Twitter profile. Credit: Twitter

Oh and, arguably the worst part: one contains coke, the other lemonade - what an animal.

Replying to the tornado chugging video, one fan says: "You have the strength of 10 kings," while another adds: "Pangzai proves that you need not be a Jack of all Trades. Master anything, and it is valuable!"

Pangzai, an odd-job labourer from the tiny Chinese village of Zhengyuansi, now has 130,000 Twitter followers. Credit: YouTube/Pangzai
Pangzai, an odd-job labourer from the tiny Chinese village of Zhengyuansi, now has 130,000 Twitter followers. Credit: YouTube/Pangzai
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A third person wrote: "Awesome video king. Please continue the hard work you put into these videos and thank you for everything."

Amid the praise came another very good point: "The one king you don't want to have to buy a round for (you'll go broke)." Another person simply said: "Glad that the King has been getting the recognition he deserves."

Other fans couldn't help but express their worry for him, with one writing: "I support you doing less binge drinking." Another added: "Remember to take care of your health, king!"


Featured Image Credit: Ruptly

Topics: Funny, Alcohol, Weird

Rebecca Shepherd
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