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Theft Auto IV was taken off the shelf in Thailand after a teenage boy said the match was an inspiration for him to kill. This 18-year-old man admitted to having robbed and killed a 54-year-old taxi cabbie and is now in prison, Reuters said. Allegedly an obsessed GTA IV gambler, he said he would recreate a sequence from the match.
The New Era Interactive Media, which sells GTA IV in Thailand, has now published a call to take it off the market. "Today we are making enquiries to outlet stores to take off the shelf matches, and we will be replacing them with other games," said Sakchai Chotikachinda from the New Era. "We' re also pushing for video game Arcades to take the game out of circulation."
Veeravit Pipattanasak, head of policing, said: "[The teenager] said he wanted to find out if it's as simple in reality to steal a taxi as it was in the game."