Dr Disrespect (Herschel Beahm IV) is one of the earliest and most popular streamers on Twitch. He is known as the most creative streamer with many unique contents because he always tries to push the boundaries to entertain the viewer as much as possible. However, this time, he might have pushed it a little bit too hard and crossed the line.

On June 10, he did his first-ever IRL stream at E3 on Twitch with his bodyguard "Dan the Body." He was hanging around, playing games and meeting fans, basically having a good time at the conference. However, there is one thing odd about the stream that most viewers have noticed, too odd even for Dr Disrespect.

The first few minutes of the stream were from a bathroom at E3, and that was not the last time we saw him bringing his whole camera crew into the bathrooms during that stream. He has done it multiple times and even showed the Two-Time and Dan the Body peeing in urinals, along with many other dudes who were doing their own business in there, it was a huge event after all.

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The stream has gone a bit too far

Whoever you are, if you live stream a public bathroom with people in it, Twitch will ban you. And they did, Dr Disrepect channel has disappeared. Even though you can still find it on google, the link will only show an error. The punishment led to a blast from viewers and streamers from across all the social media platform.

Twitch streamers Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins and Esports specialist Rod 'Slasher' Breslau agreed with Twitch's action on the issue. And while the streamer Turner 'Tfue' Tenney posted "Free @drdisrespect" on his twitter, he didn't seem to oppose Twitch suspension and was just making a joke.

We don't have a clue when Twitch will release Dr Disrespect, but considering his reputation as The Face of Twitch, the ban wouldn't be too long. This is also the first time Dr Disrespect violated Twitch TOS (Term of Service) so it's likely that he will be back in a day or two.