The new yob craze of ‘role a car’ is heading to Wales
A yob craze that has started in Merseyside is heading to Wales Global247news understands.
Inside sources from the Merseyside area of Toxteth have revealed that once the lockdown in Wales has finished, yobs are planning on taking up the new craze in the Welsh Valleys.
Swansea has already seen Facebook groups organised by yobs who are planning the attacks – whilst other regions in the Rhondda Valleys is starting to see social media challenges between youths.
‘Roll a car’ the new craze in Merseyside, sees yobs challenge each other to who can roll the largest car with the least people, and in Liverpool it’s become the new pandemic with up to 10/15 cars being rolled a night.
Ashton Convery became the latest victim last night as he said:
” My car was rolled last night in West Derbyshire village – apparently done by teenagers ‘having fun’ – this in not fun, this is criminal damage, this craze is now getting out of control”
“If you look on social media, you will see yobs challenging each other”
“I’ve reported it to the police although they tell me it’s now becoming common, the damage to my car is at least 2 grand if not more” he continued.
A study of Social media sees Merseyside groups of youths now challenging counterparts in South Wales.
An inside source, who doesn’t wish to be named in fear of repercussions told Global247news:
” They are challenging the Welsh as they know they are under lockdown – it’s an extra feat to roll one in lockdown but most of the plans are that it will take place after lockdown finishes” he reported.
” It’s a big craze now, and is set to further spread” he further added.
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