Bird Box challange: Utah teenager who crashed automobile while driving blindfolded was doing the “Bird Box difficulty” inspired by Netflix film – CBS News
A teenage driver in Layton, Utah, crashed her vehicle while wearing a blindfold– a stunt motivated by the Netflix movie “Bird Box”
” Bird Box Difficulty while driving … foreseeable outcome,” the Layton Authorities Department tweeted on Friday. “This occurred on Monday as an outcome of the chauffeur covering her eyes while driving on Layton Parkway. Fortunately no injuries.”
The blindfolded chauffeur was a 17-year-old girl, and there was another 16-year-old in the car at the time of the crash, Lt. Travis Lyman of the Layton Police Department informed CBS News.The department tweeted pictures of two cars and trucks involved in the crash– one was a pickup with the front bumper bent, the other was a smaller automobile with the whole chauffeur’s side squashed.
Bird Box Challenge while driving … predictable outcome. This occurred on Monday as an outcome of the chauffeur covering her eyes while driving on Layton Parkway. Fortunately no injuries. pic.twitter.com/4DvYzrmDA2!.?.!— Layton Police( @laytonpolice
) Previously this month, Netflix cautioned audiences not to replicate the movie, in which a mom and her children use blindfolds to leave a sinister force that turns anyone who sees it self-destructive. The motion picture was a blockbuster, with over 45 million audiences streaming it in its very first week, according to Netflix.The movie inspired internet copycats to handle the” Bird Box difficulty,” in which individuals recorded themselves doing everyday tasks blindfolded. The game is as viral as it threatens.” Can’t think I need to state this, however: PLEASE DO NOT HURT YOURSELVES WITH THIS BIRD BOX CHALLENGE, “Netflix tweeted on
January 2.” We do not understand how this began, and we value the love, but Kid and Girl have just one desire for 2019 and it is that you not wind up in the medical facility due to memes.” Thankfully, no one was hurt in the Layton, Utah, crash, a representative at the police department told CBS News. Others might not be so fortunate with such an unsafe stunt. CBS News reporter Jamie Yuccas reported recently that while a lot of the examples published on social networks