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Liverpool ace gives crazy interview at COD launch

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Daniel Sturridge is a peculiar chap.

When not scowling and frothing at the mouth while flailing his arms like a wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube man because Luis Saurez decided spanking the side netting was a better option than passing, it seems he spends much of his time, ahem, "gunning people down."

Fear not, members of the public, and put that phone down, the police aren't required in this instance.

That's because the Liverpool striker is mercilessly flogging games to corrupt your children. See, told you there was no need for the police.

Sturridge was present at the launch of "Call of Duty: Ghosts" and indeed captained his side to victory in a celebrity tournament to mark the release of the game, with the likes of Andros Townsend and rugby star Tom Croft being metaphorically massacred by the Liverpool ace.

However Sturridge saved the best for last when he gave a strangely intense interview, during which he discussed his rage at the young children of rivals in battle wailing down his headphones.

Check out the Liverpool man in full flow above!

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