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Man Became 'Twitter King' After Posting Tornado Drinking Technique

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Man Became 'Twitter King' After Posting Tornado Drinking Technique

A guy who came up with an impressive tornado-style drinking technique was dubbed a Twitter King when he shared it on social media last year - and he continues to share videos of himself using the method to down beers in seconds to this day.

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Now many of us will have given the classic strawpedo a bash, with some of us maybe having a penchant for going 'Eyeball Paul' on our beverages (Google it, kids).

But, as you can see above, Hebei Pangzai became famous for necking a bottle of lager in tornado fashion.

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The internet star, whose real name is Liu Shichao, holds the bottle to his mouth to start with - obviously. He then raises it up, while quickly shaking it in a circular motion, creating a tornado inside the glass.

Pangzai has been up to more of his old tricks recently, as you can see here. Credit: Twitter/@hebeipangzai
Pangzai has been up to more of his old tricks recently, as you can see here. Credit: Twitter/@hebeipangzai

He doesn't just drink the bottle in an impressive manner, but he removes the bottle cap with a knife to go fully theatrical on the whole affair.

Boasting over 160,000 Twitter followers, he describes himself as the 'inventor of tornado beer drinking style'.

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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.

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

More recently he has taken to doing a tornado bottle, followed by the downing of four glasses of wine.

Delightful.

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

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)."

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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: Twitter

Topics: Viral, World News, Alcohol, Beer

Amelia Ward
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