Hong Kong Man Attacked for Revealing 'Avengers: Endgame' Spoilers Outside Cinema
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A man was reportedly beaten up outside a theater in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong for loudly leaking plot details of the Marvel superhero pic after watching the movie.

AceShowbiz - The fanfare surrounding the release of this year's highly-anticipated movie "Avengers: Endgame" may have cost a victim. While fans have been warned against leaking spoilers, some can't hold back talking about the movie after watching it and potentially sharing too much information.

Such case apparently happened to a man in Hong Kong, who spilled plot details of the movie shortly after leaving theater. Needless to say, his action got other fans who haven't watched the film furious and he received several punches for it.

According to AsiaOne, the incident took place in Causeway Bay. The unidentified man reportedly spoke loudly about the movie at the entrance, upsetting other cinemagoers who were waiting for their turn to watch the film outside the theaters. Some people allegedly beat up the man to teach him a lesson.

A picture of the aftermath of the alleged incident has been circulating online, showing a man wearing a white T-shirt who received a treatment possibly for his wounds from another man wearing a red T-shirt. While there have been questions as to whether the event really happened, some people have claimed that they indeed heard someone revealing spoilers at the cinema entrance and witnessed the attack.

A Hong Kong Man Attacked for Revealing 'Avengers: Endgame' Spoilers Outside Cinema

A man in Hong Kong was beat up for revealing 'Avengers: Endgame' spoilers outside the cinema.

It's unclear if there was any arrest made or if the incident has been reported to local police.

Considering the alleged treatment that the Hong Kong man has got, the angry reactions to LeSean McCoy's tweets are nothing. The Buffalo Bills star has also angered Marvel fans for sharing spoilers of "Endgame" on Twitter. He has been slammed by fellow Twitter users and some even asked NFL to suspend him as punishment.

Directors Anthony and Joe Russo have several times reminded fans not to share spoilers of "Avengers: Endgame". Echoing the filmmakers' request, Captain America depicter Chris Evans tweeted on Friday, April 26, "Much love to the fans who have kept spoilers to themselves. It's a very unselfish thing to do."

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