PUBG Addiction Makes Man Leave His Pregnant Wife After She Scolds Him For Playing the Game Non-Stop
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Malaysia, February 11: PUBG addiction is acquiring new dimensions with every growing day and as reports indicate, the online game is having adverse effects on the family lives and close bonds of people. In the latest such incident, a Malaysian man reportedly left his four months pregnant wife to satisfy his hunger for playing the game without any interruptions. PUBG, Fortnite, Pokemon Among Games Listed as 'Harmful' by Delhi Child Rights Panel.

Reports say that the man left his house one day without informing anyone and has not returned since. The family members claim that before leaving the house, the man was disturbed as he complained that he could not fulfill his daily quota of PUBG game due to the interruptions from the family. PUBG Lite Beta Version Coming To Four More Countries; To Be Rolled Out From February 13.

The report about the incident first emerged on a website called World of Buzz. The report also says that the man's wife also wrote a Facebook post on the episode, and that's how the word spread. Mumbai Kid Seeks Ban on PUBG, Sends Notice to Union and Maharashtra Govt.

The original post made by the man's wife is in Malay language. She said in her post that her husband left her and the family after she scolded him for being involved in the PUBG game almost all day long. The man had even stopped going to work and was only playing PUBG, said the wife in the post. The man's pregnant wife also said that her husband was introduced to the PUBG game by one of his siblings. Shah Rukh Khan, Kangana Ranaut, Ranveer Singh, Salman Khan – Can You Guess the Actors Based on PM Narendra Modi’s 'PUBG Wala Hai Kya' Memes That We Made?

PUBG has been gaining attention in India also due to reports of addiction among the school kids and college students. Recently, the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) termed a number of games 'harmful' for kids. PUBG, Fortnite Unstoppable! Despite PM Modi’s Advice, Online Games Likely to Remain Hit Among Indian Youth.

The DCPCR listed video and online games such as PUBG, Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto, God of War, Hitman, Plague Inc and Pokemon and said these games make a negative impact and have an adverse effect on the brain of children. 'PUBG Wala Hai Kya?' PM Narendra Modi Quips at Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 On Question Around Online Games Being a Distraction; Watch Video.

Recently, during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 interaction, a concerned mother had asked the Prime Minister for solution for her kid's addiction to PUBG game. The Prime Minister had replied asking, "Ye PUBG wala hai kya (Is this about PUBG)?" The reply made the entire gathering at the Talkatora Stadium break into laughter and netizens were quite amused on Twitter that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was aware about PUBG.