Octopus Attacking Girl Who Tried To Eat It Alive On Livestream – Later Puts It In Hot Oil (VIDEO)

A Chinese vlogger live-streamed herself attempting to eat a live octopus - when the animal latched onto her face and refused to let go, ripping her skin in the process.


YouTube is one of the most competitive content platforms in the world right now. With countless content creators of different genres, there’s rarely anything you cannot find. Everyone goes the extra mile to put out never-seen-before content to boost their channel’s popularity, and while thousands of these creators are inspiring and amazing to watch, many others get the whole idea wrong.

Imagine scrolling through your YouTube or Google feed on a brilliant morning, only to behold the unbelievable sight of a girl whose face is being sucked in by an angry octopus. [1] Even more shocking, when she finally broke free, she was excited that she finally had some ground-breaking content to upload. All the pain she’d just gone through was worth it. Wow. The things we do for fame.


In 2019, The vlogger from Jiangsu city of Lianyungang, China, popularly known as ‘Seaside Girl Little Seven’ decided to come up with her own challenge to start a hot trend, and her big break was the “Eat-A-Live-Octopus Challenge.” Of course, she had to go first, and that backfired all too quickly. Karma sometimes doesn’t waste any time.

During the 50-second live-streamed video, we see a vengeful eight-armed cephalopod (who has at least 238 suckers on each arm) attaching itself powerfully onto her upper lip, eyelid, and straight across her left cheek. The video was shared by the South China Morning Post on YouTube. Apparently, the girl had somehow attempted to eat a living, breathing, and moving octopus to entertain her viewers, and her plans flopped before she could even start. She was in a lot of pain but she’d obviously been prepared for the worst, as she could be heard saying to her viewers in Chinese, “Look how hard it’s sucking.”

When she realized the animal was bent on teaching her a lesson, she got really scared and began to cry. She could be heard saying, “painful” and “I can’t remove it” as she cried and pulled as hard as she could. However, the mighty tentacles stuck firmly to her face.

Finally, luck shined on her (and on everyone else who watched that) when she was finally able to remove each sucker from her face. The animal had left a few small bloody wounds where it had attached itself to her cheek.