Parents, please read this and share this. Happened in multiple countries already.
WATCH: Global News spoke with social media expert Jesse Miller and VPD spokesperson Cst. Brian Montague, to get their perspectives on the Game of 72 trend and what parents can do to get in front of the problem.
VANCOUVER – Police are warning parents about a teen Facebook challenge making the rounds online. It’s called Game of 72 and it’s a challenge to teenagers on the social network to completely vanish for 72 hours.
They are not to tell anyone where they are and the more mayhem and panic that is caused, the more points that teen is awarded.
The Vancouver Police are worried enough to issue a warning about it.
Const. Brian Montague says in Vancouver alone they get 3,000 to 4,000 missing person’s reports every year, about 10 a day. “So to add to the workload of our obviously very busy investigators, for cases that are a prank…
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