The trend is for students to film themselves stealing and vandalizing items at their schools-- typically involving bathroom fixtures.
The challenge has resulted in arrests across the nation, and now an Adams County school has joined the growing list of properties damaged by these social media pranksters.
A Bermudian Springs High School student removed room signs around the school and posted to TikTok, according to Pennsylvania State police in Gettysburg.
The 15-year-old male student from East Berlin has been charged with Criminal Mischief Under $1000.
The estimated cost of the damaged signs is $10.
The school has not released any statement on the incident and did not immediately respond when Daily Voice reached out.
TikTok doesn't tolerate or promote criminal activities, as stated on the official TikTok Communications Team's Twitter.
"We expect our community to create responsibly - online and IRL. We're removing content and redirecting hashtags & search results to our Community Guidelines to discourage such behavior. Please be kind to your schools & teachers," the post reads.
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