New TikTok development calls college students to steal, vandalize faculty property

A brand new TikTok craze encouraging college students to steal or harm faculty property has discovered its option to Oak Park and River Forest Excessive College, and faculty officers have requested mother and father to step in and speak to their youngsters and assist finish the destruction. 

The viral video development, which has taken over the social media platform, TikTok, and makes use of the hashtag “devious licks,” has prompted teenagers throughout the nation to focus on bogs, damaging cleaning soap dispensers, rest room paper holders and extra. 

Within the final two weeks, OPRF college students have “ripped off” greater than 100 cleaning soap dispensers off partitions of the highschool’s restrooms, stated Karin Sullivan, director of communications and neighborhood relations. They’ve additionally tried to take away the toilet stall doorways, pull hand dryers and bathroom paper holders off the partitions and purposely urinate past the bathroom, she stated. 

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