Dangerous ‘Milk Crate Challenge’ is the latest trend online; linked to horrific fails, injuries
- While some have been acing the Milk Crate challenge like a pro, many have hilariously failed, leading to inuries as can be seen in videos online.
The online world is full of unexpected trends in the form of challenges. The new one might be the reason for the vanishing milk crates across your neighbourhood. ‘Milk’ Crate Challenge’ is the latest trend that has everybody hooked. The latest trend is said to have its roots in TikTok, where it reportedly originated. It looks simple on the face but is quite tricky. Plus, it can be extremely dangerous if it goes wrong. In fact, as attested by various viral videos online, Milk Crate Challenge fails have caused many horrific injuries.
What is Milk Crate Challenge?
In Milk Crate Challenge, one has to place milk crates on top of each other in ascending order like a staircase. Once a peak is reached, you need to arrange the other part in descending order. The challenger then has to climb up this wobbly staircase without losing his balance. After reaching the peak, one has to come down as well, without the crates falling from under the feet.
People across the world are taking up the Milk Crate Challenge. While some have been acing it like a pro, many have hilariously taken the fall. As is human nature, some people are taking the challenge a notch higher by opting for this challenge in heels and skates. Surprisingly, some of them have aced it with absolute precision.
While the Milk Crate challenge sounds easy on paper, it can be dangerous leaving the challenger badly injured if they fall. It could be hilarious for the people watching someone fall from the milk crate staircase. But at the same time, it could hurt the challenger. Given the rising popularity of the challenge, doctors have also taken to social media to warn people about it.
With COVID-19 hospitalisations rising around the country, please check with your local hospital to see if they have a bed available for you, before attempting the #milkcratechallenge," Baltimore City Health Department said in a tweet. We suggest you take the challenge at your own risk.