A Japanese live streamer who died last year on Mt. Fuji while streaming his climb has won the 2020 Darwin Awards.
Tetsu “Tedzu” Shiohara, 47, lacked the “proper gear, climbing experience, and a booster pack of common sense” when he made the fatal climb on Oct. 28, 2019, according to the Darwin Awards via SoraNews24.
Remains believed to be from a Japanese man who slipped and fell while live-streaming on Mount Fuji in Tokyo, Japan have been found.
The live-streamer, whose name was not revealed, was streaming his climb to the summit of Mount Fuji on the Japanese website Niconico when he slipped and fell just a few meters below the summit, according to South China Morning Post.