‘Skull breaker’ could be your last challenge if you accept it, unlike Ice-bucket it’s no fun
- The skull-breaker challenge originated in Europe and making rounds over the internet across the globe.
- The challenge is a life-threatening one and is highly recommended not to try.
- The video is circulating on a video-sharing social platform TikTok.
A bizarre video circulating on the internet is made on a video-sharing social platform TikTok. It involves two people jumping in the air and later a third, standing between them follows the same. Once the third person jumps, the other two knock on the third person’s legs, making him hit the ground on his or her back.
The video, however, appears to have started as a prank with the third one not knowing he was going to be tripped.
The ‘Skullbreaker’ challenge derives its name from the Spanish word ‘Rompcráneos’. One of the first videos of this challenge that went viral was shot in a school in Venezuela. The school has now said that it will take corrective measures. The challenge then went on to trend in Europe and the United States.
Though it has not started trending in India, there have been many who have taken it up.
Warning : Skullbreaker Challenge is trending I urge you all to show your children and parents and teach them this i… https://t.co/UsavMIvAk2— Simmi Ahuja (@SimmiAhuja_) 1581750779000
It has been deemed the most dangerous of them all, as it can result in head injuries, joint fractures, and can even break your skull.
Also, the fact that it doesn’t involve the consent of the unsuspecting individual who is being tripped can cause much damage.
A mother whose son was admitted to hospital after injuries from the following challenge took Facebook said, “There needs to be awareness of this malicious cruel viral prank.”
I really contemplated posting this, but I feel there needs to be awareness of this malicious cruel viral prank. On Wednesday my son was asked to do a jumping contest with his 2 "friends", when he jumped up, the 2 boys kicked him, as hard as they could, so his legs flew out in front of him.
However, there is no officially documented data of people being hurt during the Kiki and
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