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The 44-year-old from Oita City had been seeking income from his YouTube videos for months when he learned that his wife had persuaded his videos with comments such as & # 39; baldy & # 39; and & # 39; idiot & # 39;

Japanese man grabs his wife and kicks her in the head after learning that she has been trolling his YouTube videos for six months with & # 39; baldy & # 39; insults

  • The 44-year-old had been striving for months to become a paid YouTuber
  • In March, he became angry and attacked his wife after hearing that she was his troll
  • His 36-year-old wife was tied up and kicked at their home in Oita City
  • He admitted the attack and is on trial on June 6 at the Oita court
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A 44-year-old Japanese man captured his wife and kicked her head after hearing that she had polished his YouTube videos for months with contempt as & # 39; baldy & # 39; and & # 39; idiot & # 39 ;.

In March, the Oita City man discovered that his 36-year-old wife had been behind the abuse and had also recruited her friends to leave comments.

He tied her arms and legs in tape and kicked her face, causing injuries that took a month to heal, Oita heard.

The 44-year-old from Oita City had been seeking income from his YouTube videos for months when he learned that his wife had persuaded his videos with comments such as & # 39; baldy & # 39; and & # 39; idiot & # 39;

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The 44-year-old from Oita City had been seeking income from his YouTube videos for months when he learned that his wife had persuaded his videos with comments such as & # 39; baldy & # 39; and & # 39; idiot & # 39;

The man had the ambition to become a paid YouTuber and documented Oita's restaurants and sights to try and get opinions.

During the trial that opened on May 21, he admitted that his husband had been attacked.

The ruling is payable on 6 June, Japan today reported.

The man is in prison for a maximum of three years.

The man then appears in Oita on June 6 after admitting the attack during his trial

The man then appears in Oita on June 6 after admitting the attack during his trial

The man then appears in Oita on June 6 after admitting the attack during his trial

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Earning an income on YouTube is a difficult undertaking. Video makers need 1000 subscribers before they can place ads on their videos.

Once that milestone is reached, they will be paid less than penny's for the opinions they get.

They take 55 percent of their advertising revenue, which means that every 1,000 views the YouTuber generates just over £ 3.

. [TagsToTranslate] Dailymail