"Momo" is described as similar to the sinister "Blue Whale challenge" that led to reports of suicides in Russian Federation and the U.S. The Blue Whale suicide "game" is believed to be a social media group that encourages people to kill themselves, according to the Sun.
To what can only be expressed as frightening, a new sick suicide game dubbed "Momo" has been spreading on WhatsApp.
The challenge has so far been reported in Argentina, US, France, Germany and Mexico. The image was taken from an Instagram account and then circulated on WhatsApp, according to reports. If the teens refuse to follow the orders, they are reportedly threatened over messages. As per daily mail the image look rip of a Japanese doll artist.
The death of a 12-year-old in Argentina has already been confirmed, while the authorities are opening other "strange" assumptions of teenage deaths in different countries. Two 12-year-old girls attempted to kill a classmate in 2014 and said they did it to please him.
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In a statement, the police said: "The phone has been hacked to find footage and WhatsApp chats, and now the alleged adolescent with whom she exchanged those messages is being sought".
The "game" has been compared to the "Blue Whale Challenge", which is believed to have led to reports of suicides in Russian Federation and the U.S. Others have likened it to the fictional character "Slender Man".
When the authorities perceived the "influence" of the "Blue Whale" in thousands of children around the world, it was too late, as more than 100 had died of "accidents" or suicides that could not be interpreted or justified by their own people. The game's title was derived from blue whales that are often believed to strand themselves on beaches in a bid to commit suicide.
We expect this won't turns out to be an epidemic like the Blue Wale Challenge. While the tasks initially involved watching horror movies and self-harm, they got creepier by the day eventually encouraging the members to commit suicide on the 50th day.