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Teens are smashing milk for YouTube

Posted by Kristi Palma  March 19, 2013 12:16 PM

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The newest YouTube craze kids are following involves spilled milk.

Teenagers go into a grocery store, smash a gallon of milk on the floor and intentionally fall into it while a friend videotapes the entire episode to post on YouTube. The trend is sweeping the nation and is happening in New England.

According to wcvb.com, at least 25 milk-smashing incidents have happened at Shaw's supermarkets across Massachusetts in the past two months. Brockton and Taunton are reportedly two of the towns where it's happening.

If caught, police say kids could be charged with malicious destruction, disturbing the peace, and disorderly conduct.

What do you think of the milk smashing prank?


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