Nothing Good Can Come From The ’48-Hour Challenge’

Nothing Good Can Come From The ’48-Hour Challenge’

A new social media challenge is gaining popularity among teens, but parents and cops aren’t loving it.   Called the “48-Hour Challenge,” teens dare their friends to disappear for 48-hours with the goal that their name and/or picture will show up on social media. The missing teen gets points for each like, share and other viewer interactions. But the new challenge causes panic in parents, and wastes valuable law enforcement resources.