Which is Why you should wear decent clothing when streaming Live
A POPULAR female video gamer has provoked outrage — after flashing her vagina “accidentally” during a live broadcast.
Lea May was banned from website Twitch after a string of complaints about the Californian’s risqué blooper.
The 26-year-old webcasts a live stream of her playing games to her thousands of fans under the name LegendaryLea.
But her virtual-gaming career hit a wall following the flashing incident while playing the game Dark Souls.
When standing up from her sofa, Leah lifts her leg and exposes herself.
But the San Diegan defended the “accidental” slip-up on Twitter.
“For the record Thighs [do not] equal vag,” she wrote.
“Sorry I had to stand in an awkward way due to my ankle injury. Boy shorts were underneath.
“I have an injured ankle and lost my balance standing.
“My revealing leg lift was to catch myself from falling.”
Twitch confirmed she had been slapped with a 30-day ban following a raft of complaints about the incident.
“The community has closed this channel due to terms of service violations,” Twitch said.
Should she banned for standing up at the wrong time ?
A Lot of gamers want her back, because she has been BANNED?
How many of you have stood up accidently during a Skype breadcast?
Yes, the Home living room or bedroom can make you feel too comfortable when Online LIVE