Evil TikTok

Things I learned on TikTok:

Ponies aren’t baby horses. They’re their own breed.
The hole in a pasta spoon is one serving of spaghetti.
How to hot wire a Kia using a USB cord and a screwdriver.

Oh yes, you read that right.

Several police departments have reported a significant increase in vehicle thefts across the country due to a popular TikTok challenge that showcases a method for stealing certain models of Kia and Hyundai cars.

What terrifies me the most is that, according to some journalists, most of the cars were stolen by kids and teenagers ‘for fun’, without considering the damage done to the car. Often, they would break the windows or damage the car while driving as if they were playing a ‘Destruction Derby’ video game.


Dawid Adach

Co-Founder @ MDBootstrap.com / Forbes 30 under 30 / EO'er

For years I've been working as an IT Consultant in countries like Netherlands, Belgium, Poland or India developing enterprise class systems for the biggest companies within domain.

Since 2016 I'm co-founder of MDBotstrap.com - world class UI Framework used by NASA, Amazon, Nike, Airbus, Samsung, Apple and many other Fortune 500 Companies.

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