According to police, parents should be on the lookout for a new teenage trend - using wasp killer to get high.
This new trend, termed "wasping", originated in Ohio high schools. A sheriff's office investigation revealed teens were using the insecticide as a drug. “It is used by crystallizing wasp killer and combining it with meth,” according to Summit Sheriff’s Inspector Bill Holland.
Three people have already been hospitalized after ingesting this dangerous combination, and police are warning parents to be on the lookout. Due to the viral and trending nature of the internet, first responders and law enforcement are worried that more kids will try it.