tide pod challenge
Taking selfies with the creepy-crawly is the latest pest infecting the internet.
The platform is cracking down on pranksters who'll do anything for views.
Please don't slap the bag.
Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, who co-introduced the bill, sought action after her own daughter was "attracted to" the sight of a detergent pod three years ago.
The new bill would force detergent companies to make their packets a "uniform color that is not attractive to children."
In January alone, 86 cases of teens eating Tide Pods were reported to Poison Control.
Because, again, they're not food.
People are giving Tide Pods five star reviews on Amazon for how they taste.