The first rule of Baby Fight Club is: You do not put videos of your Baby Fight Club on Snapchat. If you break that [incredibly important] rule of Baby Fight Club, you will probably be fired from your job and charged with “endangering the welfare of a child.” This is, for the most part, what happened to two New Jersey daycare employees.
Reports CBS New York:
Erica Kenny, 22, of Cranford, and Chanese White, 28, of Roselle are accused of encouraging children, ages 4 to 6, to fight each other on the playground of the Lightbridge Academy in Cranford last month.
Kenny allegedly took video and shared it with friends on the SnapChat app, prosecutors said. Kenny can be heard referring to the movie “Fight Club” as the kids hit each other, prosecutors said.
Prosecutors allege the Snapchat videos “show about a dozen boys and girls shoving each other to the ground and trying to hit each other.” The two wannabe Tyler Durdens are “expected to appear in court Friday,” and Kenny “could get up to five years” behind bars.
The second rule of Baby Fight Club is: Actually never mind don’t ever start a Baby Fight Club.
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