West Lyon college students charged after allegedly collaborating in viral TikTok problem | SiouxlandProud | Sioux Metropolis, IA

WEST LYON, Iowa (KCAU) – The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office said two students were charged with allegedly stealing soap dispensers as part of a trending challenge at TikTok.

According to a notice, two youths were charged after two soap dispensers went missing at West Lyon Community School. Authorities said one youth was charged with fifth-degree theft and the other with fifth-degree criminal mischief.

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The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office said parents and students should be aware of a current TikTok trend that encourages students to take items with them from school and that it is a crime.

Schools in Sioux City and Sioux County have also reported incidents of vandalism in their bathrooms.

The trending TikTok challenge “Devilish Leaks” has created problems nationwide as reports of student destruction and destruction of bathrooms have increased.

TikTok announced that they are working to remove videos related to the “devil licks” trend that violate the platform’s community guidelines.

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