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CRAZECedar River Association of Zymurgy Enthusiasts (Iowa)
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The craze left Ellanneh Smith, 13, of Croydon, Surrey, with a broken arm and needing surgery last year.
Damion Founde, store manager of WHSMITH at Coulby Newham's Parkway Shopping Centre, said: "It's a massive craze that started in America.
Check out more videos of the Mannequin Challenge craze below.
The letter ends: "The message is clear - do not get involved in the craze.
She agrees with Cllr Jones' comments that the masks should be banned and engaging in the craze should be an "arrestable offence".
The US craze took off in August after police in South Carolina received reports that people dressed as clowns were trying to lure children.
Since his death in June, Gemma realised he had tried the craze before.
1 Indian mobile handset brand, expanded its 4G affordable range, with the launch of another feature-rich smart phone, the Aqua Craze today.
But she is now returning to her roots to bring Ripafit, the latest exercise craze to hit the UK, to Hebburn.
But the No Make Up Selfie craze is itself evolving.
A popularity of the craze has been aided by the fact participants challenge others to better them at the end of their attempt.
The drinking craze has been attributed to deaths of five people in the UK and Ireland, including the 20-year-old Bradley Eames, from Nottingham, who consumed two pints of neat gin.