'Devious' TikTok trend has schools warning students destroying property: 'Charges may be filed'

'Devious' TikTok trend has schools warning students destroying property: 'Charges may be filed'

'Devious' TikTok trend has schools warning students destroying property: 'Charges may be filed' Kids are also thieving and posting video evidence onto TikTok As students head back to school, districts across the U.S. are reporting theft and vandalism by kids who are following a viral TikTok trend called "devious licks." Urban dictionary defines a "lick" as "a successful type of theft which results in an acceptable, impressive and rewarding payday for the protagonist." Aubrey Chancellor, executive director of communications at North East Independent School District in San Antonio Texas, confirmed to Fox News that its schools have seen broken light fixtures as well as soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers and mirrors ripped off of walls. "It’s important for students to understand what they see on social media is not always …
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