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PEMBROKE PINES, FL - JULY 18: A Slurp & Gulp drink is seen at a 7-Eleven store on July 18, 2002 in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The 54-ounce partitioned plastic cup holds a 22-ounce Slurpee semi-frozen carbonated beverage in its inside chamber and a 32-ounce Big Gulp in the outside barrel. The Big Gulp drink helps keep the Slurpee frozen longer. The specially designed domed lid has two holes for both a beverage straw and Slurpee spoon straw. 7-Eleven, Inc., the premiere name and largest chain in the convenience retailing industry, is observing its 75th anniversary in 2002. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

They got their clicks, but not in the way they wanted.

Two teens were arrested on Saturday after reports say they were throwing drinks at strangers in Largo. Apparently, 18-year-old Ke’Ziyah Lenard Antonio McKay trespassed on someone’s property after buying a Polar Pop from Circle K and threw the beverage at someone standing outside on a driveway.

McKay and 19-year-old Rafael Mercado apparently had the intent to record the encounter and publish it on YouTube, according to authorities.

McKay even admitted to police that he had done it before, but didn’t have any intention to hurt anybody. Both teens were arrested and booked in the Pinellas County Jail.

They were both charged with battery, conspiracy, and trespassing. Mercado posted $650 bail on Saturday night.

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