Teens Play Terrible ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Prank on Kid With Autism Using Human Waste

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This just isn't cool.

A group of Bay Village High School students decided to put a disturbing twist on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, playing a cruel prank on their 15-year-old autistic classmate.

Rather than pour a bucket of ice water on his head, the students dumped a bucket of their own feces, urine and spit on him, according to ABC5.

To make matters even worse, they filmed the whole thing on his phone and posted it on Instagram. Police said the students convinced him to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and suspect that at least three teens were involved in the prank.

"It's absolutely disgusting what they have done to him, and we're very upset about it," the victim's dad told the outlet. "They just took advantage of him," his mom added.

"He was embarrassed because he did not know what the contents were until afterwards, and then he didn't want anybody to know," she went on to tell CNN.

The special needs teen's parents and the police aren't taking the situation lightly. After his parents reported the incident to the cops, police are ready to press charges...once they find out who did it.
"We think this is a pretty serious offense," Bay Village police chief Mark Spaetzel said. "It's at minimum an assault. We'll certainly work with the prosecutor's office and do what we can."

After the story hit the web, celebs started getting involved, with comedian Drew Carey, Jenny McCarthy and her husband Donnie Wahlberg all offering $10,000 each over the weekend to help find those responsible for the prank.
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