Teens are apparently stealing soap dispensers and urinals from schools for ‘devious lick’ trend

Teens are apparently stealing weird stuff from their schools in order to participate in the “devious licks” back-to-school trend on TikTok.

For the trend, kids basically steal stuff from their schools and post about it along with dramatic music and a big reveal.

They’ve stolen all sorts of stuff, some considered small-grade licks (toilet paper rolls, class pets, classmate’s shoes), mid-tier licks (parking signs, school laptops, desk chairs), and complex swipes (entire filing cabinets, security cameras, toilets, etc.)

Some TikTok users are saying they’re fed up with the antics, and complain that school bathrooms are closed due to missing toilets and stolen bathroom stall dividers.

And one user even posted a recording of a school announcement imploring kids to stop stealing soap dispensers and warning they’ll be disciplined if caught.

At the time of this writing, TikTok has blocked all the “devious licks” videos as well as the hashtag.

Joe Kelley

Joe Kelley

News Director; Host of Orlando's Morning News





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