The creepy face of a Japanese sculpture was hijacked and spread on WhatsApp - reportedly with instructions enticing children to perform a series of dangerous tasks including self-harm and suicide. However, it is not clear what the number is, although several fake numbers have reportedly been posted online. If you record the number on your calendar, you will see a strange woman's face, it's the latest WhatsApp viral to come in vogue among teenagers. Their deaths happened within a 48 hour period in the Barbosa in Santander in the west of the South American country. As the camera pans in on the figure's waxy face and blood-red eyes, bone-chilling screams ring out. THE Momo "suicide game" has terrified parents and children alike, and even a creepy Baby Shark version has been doing the rounds on the web. In recent days police and schools have issued warnings about the challenge arriving in the UK and a number of parents have said their children have been exposed to it. The National Police of Spain have warned "it is better to ignore absurd challenges that come in the fashion in WhatsApp". Several users have reportedly claimed that Momo responds with violent images and players are threatened if they refuse to follow the game's "orders" and dares.
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