Squirt-gun game has teens being arrested in the suburbs
By Susana Victoria Perez, Buzz60
Suburban high school students are being arrested and fined by police, and it's all over a game involving squirt-guns.
Teens in South Milwaukee have become obsessed with an elaborate game called Paranoia, which features teams strategizing to shoot opponents or avoid being shot, in hopes of advancing through a March Madness-style bracket for a cash prize.
Sounds innocent, right? Well, the police are now getting involved, as the games have escalated to the point of students taking their clothes off and running around naked around the suburbs.
South Milwaukee Police Chief Ann Wellens also expressed concern about safety, saying "Some kids are playing while in their cars, causing traffic hazards and driving recklessly."
Police say two teens have been charged and fined for disorderly conduct and lewd and lascivious behavior.
As a Twitter page apparently run by a student recently announced, "Final four begins tomorrow right away be ready!!! Paranoia is almost over."
And as far as the police are concerned, it probably can't be over soon enough.