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Scots thug who choked kitten blasted for trying to launch video game career



Scots thug who choked kitten blasted for trying to launch video game career

A TROLL who app­eared to throttle a kitten on a live Facebook video was slated for trying to launch a car­eer playing games online.

Stewart McInroy, 30, hoped to make cash sharing Xbox videos and playthroughs of a flight simulator under the name EvilKingStewie.

Stewart McInroy has been slammed for trying to launch a career gaming onlineCredit: Facebook
Sick troll choked a cat live online

But his gaming dream bombed after he attracted just four followers to his Twitch channel.

McInroy – caged twice for tormenting the family of missing Allan Bryant – tonight faced calls to be banned online.

Shattered dad Allan Snr, 55, said: “McInroy is a waste of space. He’s put my family and countless others through hell.

“It’s no surprise nobody is interested in him. He should not be allowed online in the first place.”

Self-styled vlogger McInroy, of Cardenden, Fife, uses his social media pages to post about games and beg for followers.

He has even bragged about trolling fellow players.

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We previously told how he is at the centre of an animal abuse probe after we uncovered footage of his cat video.

Cops and Scottish SPCA officers quizzed him this week as horrified viewers raised the alarm.

Police Scotland confirmed “advice and assistance” was given.

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Sick McInroy was jail­ed in 2014 and 2018 for sending vile messages to Allan’s family – including false claims that he’d “tortured and murdered” him.

The lad was 23 when he was last seen leaving a nightclub in his hometown of Glenrothes in November 2013.

We told last year how Scots comic Limmy, 47, raked in a six-figure sum playing video games to his 398,000 followers on Twitch.

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