Warning over teens getting stuck in tiny toddlers’ swings for bizarre TikTok craze

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Teenagers are getting stuck in toddlers’ swings amid a bizarre craze on the video platform Tik Tok.

London Fire Brigade says it has responded to 21 incidents of teens becoming trapped in children's’ swings this year, 12 of them this month, which people were filming to post online.

Fire services across Britain are urging teens to not take part in the challenge and waste crews’ time.

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