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A 15-Year-Old Boy In Jalandhar Stole Rs 50,000 From His Father's Account To Spend On PUBG Mobile

Tencent is probably not happy about the state of PUBG Mobile in India, as the game has found itself in the news for all the wrong reasons. The negative stories around the game have been pilling up and it doesn't seem to be getting better as a new story has showed up online.

A 15-Year-Old Boy In Jalandhar Stole Rs 50,000 From His Father's Account To Spend On PUBG Mobile© PUBG

According to a new report, a 15-year-old boy in Jalandhar has apparently stolen Rs 50,000 from his father's account to spend on PUBG Mobile. The teenager, who's a student of class 10th, used the money to buy himself a gamepad to play the title. As for the rest of the money, he is said to have spent it on the game's cosmetic items like skins, weapons, etc.

A 15-Year-Old Boy In Jalandhar Stole Rs 50,000 From His Father's Account To Spend On PUBG Mobile`© MensXP/Akshay Bhalla

The matter was brought to light when the father filed a complaint with the local police. As it turns out, the boy used his father's account to transfer money to his friend's Paytm account, which was later used to buy the items online. The boy has since confessed on the matter and even revealed that he had deleted all the OTPs and transaction texts to keep his father in the dark.

The cyber cell ended up launching an investigation, but the father dropped all the charges after discovering that his son was behind the whole fiasco.

No wonder PUBG Mobile has been receiving a lot of flak lately. It's incidents like these that puts the game in a weird spot. In case you don't know, the game was recently banned by the Rajkot Police, and the authorities might take the necessary actions against the players found playing it in the banned region.

Source: Hindustantimes

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