This terrifying video shows how easily teens fall for Facebook predators

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YouTuber Coby Persin is known for bringing up incredibly important social issues with some of his viral videos that make people think about problems we tend to overlook. This time, the YouTuber dedicated two videos to investigate how easily teenagers fall for social media predators and the dangers that this could entail.

The most recent video shows how such dangers are everywhere for boys, while an earlier version showed some cases in which girls were tricked into similar situations. With the parents' permission, Persin created fake profiles on Facebook and engaged in conversations with their kids until they were comfortable enough to be willing to "come over" to an address he would provide. Once they reached the address, the teens would be taught a lesson by her parents. Here is the other video with the "girl edition":



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