Huggy Wuggy Police Warning Video And Trend Explained
Huggy Wuggy is a horror PC game that police have warned about to children and their parents. Children as young as five are being traumatized after seeing videos of a killer teddy known as 'Huggy Wuggy.
The trend started after students started replicating the motions of a razor-toothed horror game character in the playground.
They are following the horrifying videos in which the monster sings about "embracing and murdering" and asks viewers to "take their final breath."
Children in school were offering to embrace classmates and muttering nasty things in their ears.
The disturbing tendency has been dubbed the "Killer Clown" fad, which swept across the United Kingdom a few years ago. "It takes place in an abandoned toy factory."
Huggy is a villain in the game that chases the players through vents and other inaccessible locations. There are videos of the game accessible on YouTube, as well as other clips dedicated to Huggy in songs.
"Huggy Wuggy," for example, sings of "hugging and murdering" and begs those watching to "take their final breath."
Police departments have even issued warnings to parents, and schools have even stepped in to provide guidance to parents. A Dorset Police spokeswoman issued the following warning: "Long limbs and rows of razor-sharp teeth characterize the blue bear-like figure.
The report was first filed by Parents.com, where they expresses their concern regarding the game.
Although YouTube has parental controls, parents are worried that the videos are not being screened since "Huggy Wuggy" is a cute name.