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Man Slammed For Playing PlayStation While Partner Was In Labour

A man has been slammed for bringing his PlayStation to the hospital when his partner was in labour. 
Credit: @mayra.jazlyn/TikTok

A man has been slammed for bringing his PlayStation to the hospital when his partner was in labour. 

The mum-to-be, known only as Mayra on TikTok, took to the social media platform to share the bloke playing Call of Duty: Warzone on the game console while sitting beside her in the delivery room. 

Along with an angry emoji, she wrote: “When you’re in labour and delivery and he brings his PlayStation to play Warzone.”

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The man took his PlayStation to the hospital to play Call of Duty: Warzone when his wife was in labour. Credit: @mayra.jazlyn/TikTok

So far, the clip has a whopping 5.2 million views and thousands of the comments have blasted the dad for not being supportive enough. 

One viewer wrote: “Mine did that too, but it was Fortnite.”

Another pitched in, adding: “My man is such a gamer too and even he wouldn’t cross that line.”

“Oh no! That calls for divorce,” a third wrote. 

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However, not everyone thought it was such a big deal and couldn’t understand what the problem was. 

A man questioned: “Well what is he supposed to do? You are waiting to go into labour and he can’t do anything about it but wait so…”

Joining in, another bloke commented: “Why do women always have something to be mad about? Sheesh.”

Recently, another woman, called Danette Glitz, was left gobsmacked after she discovered she was pregnant after going into labour.

But to her amazement, she was also informed by her doctors that she wasn’t carrying just one baby but three, and would need an emergency c-section.

Danette, who already had two children, commented: ““There was no history of triplets or even twins in either of our families. It was a miracle.”

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