If you've been on social media over the past few days you've likely seen a very freaky video or two involving adults tossing slices of cheese at their unsuspecting babies.
One twitter user asked "If you think it's amusing to toss cheese on a toddler, should you even have kids?"
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So please don't assume or judge or make rude comments. "That's really uncool. Luke was one of the kindest and most humble human beings I've ever known.
The trend started to take off a week ago, but it is unclear who posted the first video which inspired the challenge.
The ONLY silver lining is that at least this social media challenge is not almost as risky as that idiotic Tide Pod Challenge.
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Authorities say passengers on a plane were evacuated by slides after an emergency landing at a New Jersey airport. The Boeing 737 aircraft was evacuated using emergency slides, the Federal Aviation Administration said.
Since the original tweet, the hashtag has taken off and parents across the world have documented baby reactions to being #cheesed.
Pediatrician Dr. Dyan Hes told Inside Edition that Teigen's instinct is a good one. "I think the baby will really be startled and anxious that it's gonna happen again and again and that might make the baby nervous or fearful". For her it's a no-go, mostly because her baby is so precious and helpless she'd be wracked with guilt.
Florida Officer Guilty In Black Motorist's Death
They found the 41-year-old Raja guilty Thursday of manslaughter and attempted murder for the 2015 death of Corey Jones . Raja's attorneys had said he identified himself and justifiably shot Jones because he feared for his life.