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Pasco County schools are looking to put a stop to the “devious licks” TikTok trend.

“Devious licks” is one of the latest trends on TikTok. It’s where students steal soap dispensers, paper towel holders, or even exit signs to document it on their social media accounts. But this new internet rage is affecting Pasco County schools, and officials want it to end immediately.

During a Tuesday meeting, School Board member Colleen Beaudoin says “there will be no tolerance for this type of behavior,” according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Principal Jessica Schultz of Mitchell High has even made it very clear that students caught participating in the trend will be arrested and held accountable for any damages done to the school.

This is an example of the “devious licks” trend on TikTok.

Pasco County school board members are urging parents to have conversations with their kids about destruction and theft of school property.

To read more schools that are having issues with this behavior, you can read the full story here.

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