The 17-year-old was (unsuccessfully) trying to emulate characters from Bird Box, a Sandra Bullock movie where characters are forced to blindfold themselves to escape an apocalypse caused by supernatural beings.
"Bird Box Challenge while driving. predictable result", the department stated.
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No one was seriously hurt in the crash, but the reason that the crash occurred in the first place has raised a few eyebrows.
"Honestly, I'm nearly embarrassed to have to say 'Don't drive with your eyes covered, ' but you know apparently we do have to say that", said Travis Lyman of the Layton Police. It shows the vlogger walking into heavy traffic and driving a vehicle blindfolded. Lyman said reckless driving charges against the teen were being considered.
When the movie first came out, Netflix gave a clear warning to viewers to not try the unsafe challenge.
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Bird Box capped off a year of challenges that included swallowing liquid detergent Tide pods, snorting condoms and even the continuation of the deadly #FireChallenge - which involves setting yourself on fire in front of a camera. "Would you?" The challenge reached its mature form of meme when YouTuber and professional brain genius Jake Paul posted a video of himself trying it for his young, impressionable audience.
"Honestly, I'm nearly embarrassed to have to say "Don't drive with your eyes covered", but you know apparently we do have to say that", Travis Lyman of the Layton police said.
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