Teens Throw Boiling Water On Sleeping Friend For 'Hot Water Challenge'


An Indianapolis, Indiana teen, 15-year-old Kyland Clark, is speaking out on the dangers of a social media challenge because he received severe burns after unwittingly participating in one. Last summer, an 11-year-old girl in NY suffered burns to her face and chest after her friends had poured hot water on her.

The so-called "Hot Water Challenge" is exactly what it sounds like: Users on the internet boil hot water, then pour it on themselves or unsuspecting friends.

A fifteen-year-old in Indianapolis, Indiana, suffered painful injuries after his alleged friend poured scalding hot water on him while he slept as a part of the "hot water challenge".

Kyland Clark, 15, said his skin "fell off" his chest and face, the news station reported.

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A teenager suffered second-degree burns from the Hot Water Challenge, another stupid internet craze that is going around on social media and claiming victims.

It was one of his mother Andrea Clark's worst nightmares.

"It's suggesting to people that they can try it and they won't be hurt, but they will be, I can guarantee it", Dr. Ed Bartkus said.

He says that he and his friend looked up the challenge on the internet and made a decision to participate.

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In the case of the Hot Water Challenge, Bartkus says it's possible to end up with permanent disfigurement due to burns - or, if someone swallows the water, burns to the airway that could cause them to close, resulting in death.

Last August, the Inquisitr reported about how risky and deadly the challenge known as the "Hot Water Challenge" can be, and at that time there were more than 700 Instagram posts cautioning against trying it out. "Don't take it overboard", Kyland said.

Clark was treated for his injuries in the hospital for a week. Kyland has been in the hospital for a week receiving treatment for his injuries.

An 8-year-old girl in Florida died in 2017 after drinking boiling water in an alleged attempt at the challenge.

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