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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    The dangers of trying to copy online tutorials

    Trying to copy online tutorials showing stretching exercises can be dangerous. Here is why. Dangers of trying to copy online tutorials The exercises shown in such tutorials are typically performed by individuals who have had years of training. In many cases, these individuals are also adults. Teenagers trying to copy online tutorials of this type….

    The dangers when trying to copy internet crazes

    Following internet crazes can be very dangerous, and many people have come to harm when exploring trends that have become popular online. A number of web-based crazes have led to people being harmed over recent years, with some players of a popular location-based augmented reality game having accidentally walked into roads and even being mugged….

    Internet sensation accidents: Subway Surfing (New York City)

    Perhaps inspired by the ‘Subway Surfers’ game, subway surfing in New York City and around the world has, thanks to clips of people ‘surfing’ on YouTube, Facebook and other social media networks, become a popular, but highly dangerous ‘game’. The dangers Consisting of people riding on top or clinging to the side of subway trains,….

    Internet sensation accidents: ‘Happy Slapping’

    ‘Happy slapping’ involves individuals or groups of people attacking unsuspecting victims and filming the attack to share on mobiles and social media networks. For victims, there is nothing happy about this craze, which is a form of bullying, even assault, and a criminal offence even if no-one is seriously injured by attacks. The evolution of….

    Internet sensation accidents: Punch 4 Punch

    Punch 4 Punch, or ‘trading blows’, involves two people taking turns in hitting each other until one of them either collapses or gives up and asks for this mindless violence to stop. The ‘rules’ Players are supposed to hit each other on the arm or shoulder, but many trade punches to the stomach or the….

    Internet sensation accidents: Train dodging

    Train dodging is a highly dangerous game played predominantly by thrill-seeking teenagers. It involves getting onto train lines, waiting for trains to come along and not moving until it is almost too late or dashing across train lines in front of oncoming trains. The risks The risks are clear: people could suffer serious, potentially fatal….

    Internet sensation accidents: Cinnamon Challenge

    The so-called “Cinnamon Challenge” involves trying to swallow a teaspoon of ground cinnamon without the help of liquids within 60 seconds. Gag reflex Ingesting pure cinnamon invariably causes a gag reflex. Typically followed by at least some of the powder being inhaled, this is not only highly unpleasant and painful, but it also poses a….

    Internet sensation accidents: Planking

    When planking first started, teens were content with lying on tables, the ground or other flat surfaces. Since then, a seemingly ever growing need to out-do one another has driven teenagers and adults to choose ever more dangerous locations. About planking Planking is basically about people lying face down, with their arms and hands touching….

    Internet sensation accidents: Tombstoning

    Practised around coastal areas for generations, the terrifying ‘sport’ of tombstoning has hit new heights of popularity thanks to the internet. Rapidly growing, the craze involves people, leaping into the sea or other bodies of water from cliffs, piers, bridges and other structures. Offering high-impact, high-risk experiences, tombstoning can have potentially life-threatening consequences. The dangers….

    Internet sensation accidents: The Salt and Ice Challenge

    Popularised among kids and teenagers via YouTube and social media networks, salt and ice challenges are endurance tests. Participants place salt onto part of their body; press ice against it and endure the resulting pain as long as possible. Expert warning Warning kids of the potential dangers of this ‘game’, experts explained that because combining….

    Internet sensation accidents: Biker roulette

    With nothing around them to provide some sort of ‘safety buffer’, bikers are exposed to the risk of far more serious injuries by motorcycling accidents than drivers or passengers inside cars, for example. Sadly, many bikers seem to be prepared to be seriously hurt, even killed by indulging in a new craze known as ‘biker….

    Internet sensation accidents: NekNomination

    Believed to have started as recently as the beginning of 2013 in Perth, Australia, NekNomination is an extremely dangerous, social media-driven drinking craze involving participants drinking potentially lethal concoctions of alcohol, bleach or other harmful substances and bodily fluids; filming their exploits, posting the clips on social media networks and then nominating others to do….

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