Yorkshire news Firefighters cutting teens from baby swings due to TikTok craze PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Firefighters have said that this TikTok challenge 'isn't funny' and urged people not to take part
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue have warned teens not to take part in a TikTok 'swing challenge' after having to free "numerous" youngsters from baby swings. The fire service said that it was just one of many across the country that have been called out "numerous times" in recent weeks to rescue young people from swings. The TikTok challenge, which has people trying to squeeze into playground swings designed for babies, has led to lots of youngsters getting their legs trapped and needing to be cut out of the contraptions. In an urgent plea, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue said: "Fire services across the country, including ours, have been called out numerous times in recent weeks to rescue young people from swings. To get the latest email updates from Yorkshire Live, click here . "We believe some of these incidents are related to a TikTok challenge that has been doing the rounds.
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. "Please, if you know someone who's taking part in this challenge, ask them not to. This one isn't funny!" The TikTok craze recently appeared on an episode of This Morning, with hosts Holly and Phillip slamming the "mad" challenge. Discussing it on Thursday's episode, Phillip said "Many of them [TikTok crazes] are mad!" Before Holly added: "This is not a good one!"
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As various video clips played out on screen, seeing teams of firefighters attempting to free people trapped in swings, Phillip remarked: "Look it's taken ALL of these firefighters to get one person out", Chronicle Live reports. A horrified Holly reacted: "You'd be mortified wouldn't you? "These crazes come and go but these are firefighters they've got a very, very important jobs to do and they shouldn't really be wasting their time on something that started on TikTok!" Download the YorkshireLive app to customise the news that matters to you and get the latest updates first.
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