Indore: Online game addiction in children sometimes seems to be on the wrong path. Something similar happened in Indore. Here, the addiction to PUBG made two minors robbers. The duo is said to have carried out more than a dozen incidents so far. Yes, the police have now nabbed the two accused in the case. Police said one of the two minors is 16 years old and the other is 17 years old.
In an interrogation conducted by the police, the two accused said, 'They had to play the PUBG in the group. It required expensive mobile phones. The duo planned the robbery to make this mark.'' He further said, "He bought expensive mobile phones as well as branded shoes and clothes with robbed money.'' In police interrogation, the two accused said, 'They used to target women and girls. Because this had fewer chances of getting caught.' As soon as the police got a report of it, the whole matter came to light and the police caught both of them.
Indore police nabbed the duo from the Banganga area. This is not the first case, but there have been more shocking cases before that. A child died while in an online game in Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh, some time ago. In fact, the 13-year-old lost money in a game called Free Fire, on which he hanged himself to avoid being scolded by his mother.