CRAZE


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CRAZECedar River Association of Zymurgy Enthusiasts (Iowa)
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"Motorists should also remember that it is a criminal offence to use your mobile phone while you're driving and if you are caught by police filming this craze then you could face a fine and points on your licence."
'Make sure that joining in the craze doesn't bring danger or inconvenience to others,' he stressed.
Craze will first feature the brand's lines of sophisticated women's wear; perfect for day wear office meetings or high street fashion.
The craze structure of the stretched-and-fractured specimen was also examined to discuss the plasticization effect of C[O.sub.2] on deformation behavior.
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.
It added that they were worried vulnerable people could be harmed by the craze as dressing up in the clown outfits could cause shock, panic and injury.
North Wales Police is "aware of the craze involving people wearing clown masks" and officers are urging those responsible for scaring people "not to do it".
Now the craze seem to have spread to the Midlands after reports of ghoulish pranksters in Evesham, Worcester, Droitwich and now Kidderminster.
The craze, also known as pass-out challenge, space monkey and good boys' game, involves intentionally restricting oxygen from reaching the brain to achieve euphoria.
The escape game craze has been huge in Budapest, with Parapark, which claims to be the original, now one of the top tourist attractions there.
1 Indian mobile handset brand, expanded its 4G affordable range, with the launch of another feature-rich smart phone, the Aqua Craze today.