Mum fears footie-loving boy died from ill ‘choking game’ as lethal craze sweeps the web

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Devastated mum Louise Hembrow is now warning other parents approximately the life-threatening game.

Louise lost footie-mad son Alfie Hyett in March in advance this 12 months.

He’s believed to had been gambling the game wherein youngsters choke themselves and publish the video online.

The suffocation craze creates a temporary sense of euphoria as the mind is starved of oxygen.

Grieving Louise is now determined to elevate recognition of the danger of the game following the demise of some other teen – Karnel Haughton

Karnel, 12, died earlier this month and is believed to have been playing the same sport that took Alfie’s life.

Commercial enterprise supervisor Louise who tried to resuscitate Alfie stated that she’s nevertheless suffering to return to terms with the loss.

“It simply seems like there’s a big, big hole in our lives,” she stated.

“We do have another infant Billie and we adore her to bits but i have lost my child boy.”

The 43-12 months-antique visits Alfie’s grave each day, now and again up to six hours a day, and said she first of the “recreation” whilst a friend saw a woman speaking about it on the Jeremy Kyle display.

She said: “It just sounded very similar.

“It was the best thing that made any experience, I understand he would not have purposely hung himself.

“He’d got his lunch and faculty bag prepared for day after today, he wasn’t down or sad and had simply brought me a cup of tea – everything became as every day.

Courageous Louise stated that the complete own family is in grief about Alfie’s heartbreaking death.

She said: “they are absolutely devastated, simply absolutely and entirely in shock.

“Billie says it is like he’s on excursion. My husband said the identical and that this form of issue only happens to different families no longer us – it is that form of scenario.

“Because he changed into one of these larger than existence individual there may be a large a part of our family lacking.

“As a long way as we recognise he did not locate it on the net -we had parental locks on line – and he did not have a social media account.

“We believe it turned into spoken about in the playground.

“If I had recognized about the sport I’d have stated something.

“There might had been the realisation that in case you play this recreation it manner no longer seeing mummy and daddy again – here’s handiest one cross at this sport. He would not have played it.

“It is so difficult to say it like that however they don’t know what loss of life is, he wouldn’t have had any idea. He might were devastated if he’d regarded the outcome and that I discovered him.”