IN family warns of dangers of 'Hot Water Challenge'

IN family warns of dangers of 'Hot Water Challenge'

IN family warns of dangers of 'Hot Water Challenge'

Clark spent a week in the hospital suffering from second degree burns on his back, chest and face.

This hashtag means we should think about what is happening to the coral reefs like the rising water temperature So!We suggest a hot Water bucket challenge.

Other so-called challenges that have gone viral this year include the Tide Pod Challenge, where people record themselves eating small pods of laundry detergent, and the Condom Challenge, where people inhale condoms through their nose and pull them through their throat and out their mouth.

These types of challenges aren't just stupid; they're extremely unsafe.

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A 15-year-old teen suffered second-degree burns to his face and body after his friends allegedly poured boiling hot water on him as he slept in a bid to complete the "Hot Water Challenge". The activity sounds unsafe, mostly because it really is.

In Florida, a variation of the challenge tragically killed an 8-year-old girl last summer after she attempted to drink boiling hot water through a straw.

Local doctors told WXIN they are starting to see more and more of these internet challenges sending people to the hospital. Unfortunately, for a teen from IN, he turned out to be one of them.

Kyland Clark and his friend were looking up the challenge on YouTube when they made a decision to prank each other.

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If hot coffee or tea can cause an injury, imagine what boiling water can do, according to the Burn Foundation. "Then, I went and looked in a mirror, and I had skin falling off...my face", he said.

"My skin just fell off my chest", Clark told Fox 59. "To see my baby, all burnt up like that.it's heart-breaking", Andrea Clark said.

After finding the challenge on YouTube, he and a friend chose to prank each other. However, it appears that teens have not learned about the dangers of the activity.

He says that he and his friend looked up the challenge on the internet and chose to participate.

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