The "challenge" calls for boiling water to be poured on a friend who typically doesn't see it coming (some people participate willingly), or drinking boiling water from a straw.
Now Kyland and his mother say they want to make it known how unsafe the challenge is.
"The situation is here, so you can't really just not deal with it", Kyland said.
Fifteen-year-old Kyland Clark said he and his friend were looking up the hot water challenge on YouTube.
Kyland Clark had to spend a week in the hospital earlier this month, after a friend dumped boiling water on him while he was sleeping as part of an internet challenge.
It was supposed to be a joke, but Kyland was seriously hurt.
'And then I looked down at my chest.
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"My skin just fell off my chest", Clark told Fox 59. My skin just fell off my chest, and then I looked in the mirror and I had skin falling off here and, on my face, ' Kyland told WLTW. Last summer, an 11-year-old girl in NY suffered burns to her face and chest after her friends had poured hot water on her. He had to stay in the hospital for a week while undergoing treatment.
"To see my baby, all burnt up like that.it's heart-breaking", Andrea Clark said.
"If your friends are telling you to do this, they aren't good friends", Dr. Ed Bartkus, of Indiana University Health, told Fox 59.
Bartkus told the local news station that people can sustain "permanent disfigurement" from the burns that result from the scalding water, and even death.
The "Hot Water Challenge" made national headlines in 2017, and it had been making its rounds on social media for about three years before that.
Last August, the Inquisitr reported about how risky and deadly the challenge known as the "Hot Water Challenge" can be, and at that time there were more than 700 Instagram posts cautioning against trying it out. "Don't take it overboard", the 15-year-old said.