Inventor Of Tornado Drinking Style Celebrates Birthday With Ridiculous Challenge
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The inventor of the 'tornado' drinking style celebrated his birthday today (28 January) with a ridiculous drinking challenge for his fans. Watch below:
Liu Shichao (known as Pangzai) chugged beer and three glasses of unknown multi-coloured liquid before performing his signature tornado move in a video posted to Twitter.
Pangzai originally went viral back in 2020 after publishing a video of his unique drinking style - which involves swirling beer bottles around to create a 'tornado' and downing the bev in seconds.
He wrote in today's post: "Today, I celebrate my birthday. I want to give you a complete drinking video.
"I don't know why I violated the YouTube rules. I hope you wish me a happy birthday."
In the video Pangzai first holds up what appears to be a joint of deep-fried meat for the camera.
He then sets fire to one of the three filled wine glasses in front of him to prove its alcohol content before lighting his cigarette from it.
All three wine glasses of liquid are then poured into a big plastic bottle along with the contents of a large bottle of beer, which Pangzai chugs in one go.
The self-proclaimed 'ordinary peasant from China' then performs his signature move by lifting a full glass bottle of beer to his lips, swinging the bottle around in circular motions, and chugging the liquid as it forms a 'tornado' inside the bottle.
Pangzai's fans responded with wishes of happy birthday and encouragement.
One wrote: "Happy birthday! Hope the rest of your day is this delicious!"
Another wrote: "Happy BIRTHDAY PAL. I drink my beer FOR YOU (additionally ... but in first place to be drunken!)"
A third added: "I will be drinking many beers in your honour."
Back in 2020, people were calling Pangzai the king of Twitter after he showed off his signature tornado move.
He later made a grotesque performance by chugging a concoction involving 50ml of whisky, 50ml of rum, 500ml of red wine, 500ml of beer, and an egg.
His enactments often watch like a weird nostalgic replay of the neck-nominate challenge combined with the awfulness of multiple strawpedoes in freshers week at uni.
Pangzai now has more than 162,000 followers on Twitter - an impressive sum.
His other tweets and videos show him cooking meat in extravagant manners and eating copious amounts of food to go with his drinking habit.
His doctor must be looking on in horror.