The dangerous new playground craze sweeping schools across the country and leaving children with broken bones

A NEW playground craze called “Sweep them off their feet” has been blasted after a teenager was left with a broken arm.

The so called game, also known as “sweep ’em down”, involves one pupil wrapping their school tie around a fellow pupil’s ankle and then pulling back sharply.

The dangerous craze involves a student taking off their tie, putting it around another pupil’s ankle and pulling
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The victim then falls flat on their face in the playground and left one 13-year-old…

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