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The return of ‘Momo suicide challenge’ sparks fear in the parents of the

The sick “Momo suicide challenge” continues to spread throughout the world. (Police Service of Northern Ireland)

It’s back.

The sick “Momo suicide challenge” continues to spread throughout the world.

Reports have emerged that the children seeing the viral challenge on Facebook or YouTube, and in some cases even in video games.

The vile “Momo suicide game” is garnering attention after it began to spread on WhatsApp, prompting the police warnings. If players are not completing the challenges in the game, they get threatening messages from an avatar named Momo, a bird-like woman with the eyes protrude from its head, which says that the user will be cursed with an “evil spell.”

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Last year, the “Momo” game in the popular “Minecraft” video game, which prompted Microsoft to clamp down on.

Wayne Willcox, director of Applied Cyber Education at South Georgia, spoke to WSAV and gave warnings for parents.

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“The danger is if there is only one incident in the United States, let’s say, see a child and a child goes out and hurts someone or hurts himself and we have not had a conversation about, and we are not making parents aware of it, are we not doing a disservice to our children?” said Willcox.

“That is the problem. You see so many cases where there are tragedies and then suddenly we are talking about, this is a case where, let not the tragedies and let’s talk about it.”

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