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Logan Paul Finds Japanese Suicide Victim, Plays With It For Views

FUJIKAWAGUCHIKO — YouTube star Logan Paul recently went to the Aokigahara Forest, otherwise known as a “sea of trees,” or “the suicide forest.” However, the YouTube star found a victim of suicide hanging from a tree, and he decided to play with the body for hours on end.

In fact, this playtime went on for so long that his DSLR camera ran out of storage. Since the camera stopped recording, it’s believed that Paul then was about to commit necrophilia on the corpse, but his friends stopped him, saying that “this won’t help your career, Logan.”

Of course, the combination of these actions has resulted in a major backlash, which Paul responded to with a Tweet:

However, this Tweet has not helped his reputation. What will Logan Paul do next on his trip in Japan?


The serious part

If you’re feeling suicidal, please do not end your life. You do mean something. You mean a lot to me especially for reading this :). Here’s a list of suicide numbers you can call, depending on your country. If you don’t see your country here, please research other ways you can seek help. Trust me, there’s a way other than suicide.

Argentina: +5402234930430

Australia: 131114

Austria: 017133374

Belgium: 106

Botswana: 3911270

Brazil: 212339191

Canada: 5147234000 (Montreal); 18662773553 (outside Montreal)

China: 85223820000

Croatia: 014833888

Denmark: +4570201201

Egypt: 7621602

Finland: 040-5032199

France: 0145394000

Germany: 08001810771

Holland: 09000767

India: 8888817666

Ireland: +4408457909090

Italy: 800860022

Japan: +810352869090

Mexico: 5255102550

New Zealand: 045861048

Norway: +4781533300

Philippines: 028969191

Poland: 5270000

Russia: 0078202577577

Spain: 914590050

South Africa: 0514445691

Sweden: 46317112400

Switzerland: 143

United Kingdom: 08457909090

USA: 18002738255

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