Angry mum vs Momo | Momo Challenge
HEADTEACHERS and parents have warned sick web suicide game Momo is being spliced into seemingly innocent YouTube videos of Peppa Pig and Fortnite.
Kids have reportedly been left terrified after the scary Momo girl – which has been linked to two children’s deaths – emerged on their screens.
Meanwhile, YouTube and Instagram has failed to take down ‘Momo Challenge’ videos despite a warning by police in Northern Ireland.
Momo Challenge is a ‘suicide challenge’ game on social media in which players are threatened to follow ‘orders’ from the scary-looking avatar.
Northolt Community Special School in Hull, East Yorks, issued a warning to parents today after pupils were reportedly targeted on YouTube.
The school said: “We are aware that some nasty challenges (Momo challenge) are hacking into children’s programmes.
“Challenges appear midway through Kids YouTube, Fortnight, Peppa pig to avoid detection by adults.
“Please be vigilant with your child using IT, images are very disturbing.”
Girl, 5, ‘brainwashed’ by sick Momo Challenge cut off her own hair leaving mum devastated:
Holly Willoughby reveals Momo fears for son, saying: ‘I don’t know what to do’:
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