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[Video] Infinite’s Sung Kyu is a Dirty Rotten Lying Cheater

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2012.06.23 03:10 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

Okay, so maybe he′s not that bad. But, perhaps it was because of his constant losing streak that pressured him, but Infinite leader, Sung Kyu, turned to the dark side on June 20’s broadcast of Mnet’s Infinite Rank King.

On this episode, the Infinite members had an Olympic Games of their own, parodying the upcoming London Olympics.

They played various games, but the one in question was the ‘Move the Beans’ game, a test in concentration.

The members were given chopsticks and two bowls, one filled with beans and another empty. They were to transfer the beans over to the empty bowl only using chopsticks. Whoever had the most beans when time ran out would be the winner.

[Video] Infinite’s Sung Kyu is a Dirty Rotten Lying Cheater

After the game was over, Infinite’s youngest, Sung Jong raised his hands to tattle to the judges that Sung Kyu had stolen a bean from his bowl. Sung Kyu immediately claimed innocence, saying he was just examining the beans from Sung Jong’s bowl.

When asked if he did steal a bean, Sung Kyu hesitantly replied that he didn′t remember anything.

Unfortunately for Sung Kyu, the cameras were able to capture Sung Kyu in the act and the Infinite leader was disqualified from the match.

Even after the game was over, Sung Kyu continued to deny his crime, which the other members chose not to believe. Even L, who is dubbed as the team’s dirty player, ignored Sung Kyu.

In the meantime, Woo Hyun won the game with 35 beans, earning him the gold medal.

Check out Sung Kyu’s cheating tactics below!

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