Published: Tue, July 31, 2018
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Teen suffers disgusting injuries because of the ‘hot water challenge’

Teen suffers disgusting injuries because of the ‘hot water challenge’

Following Indianapolis teen, Kyland Clark (unwittingly) partaking in the dare, WXIN reported the boy being left with second-degree burns following a friend pulling a prank on him last week.

"There's a limit to what you should do in a challenge and what you shouldn't", the teen said. While he was sleeping, his friend poured water on him as a joke.

- YUTAONO (@OYsekaowa1D) July 28, 2018Kyland Clark Indiana teen hot water challenge gone wrong: extent of injuries.

The "hot water challenge" is a fad among teenagers who record each other pouring boiling water on themselves or others, or trying to drink scalding water through a straw.

Captivating the imaginations of teens is a new social media challenge known as the hot water challenge which has left one 15 year old IN boy seriously burned. "Then, I went and looked in a mirror, and I had skin falling face", he said.

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What is the "hot water challenge?" He spent a week in the hospital, undergoing treatment.

The Hot Water Challenge is actually not new, as it has been circulating on video-sharing websites and social media since as early as 2013 or 2014. For his mother Andrea, it was one of her worst nightmares.

"I looked down at my chest", he said.

"It's suggesting to people that they can try it and they won't be hurt, but they will be, I can guarantee it", Bartkus told Fox 59.

"If your friends are telling you to do this, they aren't good friends", Dr. Ed Bartkus, of Indiana University Health, told Fox 59.

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Last August, the Inquisitr reported about how unsafe 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.

Kyland's doctors say he should heal from his injuries.

An 8-year-old died in Florida after attempting the challenge. "Don't take it overboard".

Clark said he was startled awake, and that his injuries were immediately apparent.

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