But he thought it spinned too slowly, and decided alongside some colleagues, to give it a little extra spin.They shouldn’t have done that.“I looked down and there was blood everywhere,” Alexander told Expressen.The toy is supposed to be designed to help children with concentration difficulties, but has also become a popular toy for a wide variety of people.
25-year-old Alexander decided to jump on the trend.
At first he found it boring.
But later, competing alongside two colleagues, he decided to see just how fast he could make the popular toy spin.
They used a compressed air gun to try to get it to go faster – a move he has since regretted. Needless to say, it’s not how the toy is supposed to work.