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Call of Newbie: Poor loser calls SWAT on victor in video-game matchup

Nobody likes to lose. But most people can handle it better than the little crybaby in this next story.

Kenneth Garger, Bruce Golding and Natalie O’Neill, NY Post:

Long Island police dispatched helicopters, emergency vehicles and an army of cops to a home where someone called in a bloody rampage on Tuesday.

They arrived with guns drawn and ready for war — only to find out the call to cops was an act of revenge by a gamer whom the teen who lives inside had just beaten in an online Call of Duty battle.

The prank caller told police over Skype that he was Rafael Castillo, 17, of Long Beach — and that “I just killed my mother and I might shoot more people,” cops said.

Once the kid who did this gets caught, he’s in for some fun times in the correctional system…

“Whaddaya in for?”
“I couldn’t handle losing in Call of Duty, so after I got done crying like a little bitch, I called SWAT on the guy.”

And then he’ll get introduced to a whole new game: Call of Booty.

Try to control yourselves, you little punks. Be like a normal person and throw your controller against the floor until it shatters. It’s a lot cheaper than going to prison.