A popular online prank is popping up again in Central Pennsylvania.
It's called gallon smashing. We first told you about it last week when three people were busted for doing it in Franklin County.
Now, two more were caught, this time in Cumberland County.
The prank known as ‘gallon smashing’ has blown up on the internet.
"I've never seen anything like this before," Scott Silverstine said when we showed it to him.
It starts with someone walking with two gallons of milk in a grocery store. They pretend to slip, throw the milk up in the air, and create a mess.
Many people find it amusing, but for others, not so much.
"It's kind of stupid," believes Keith Long.
“I just think it's wasteful," Sarah Krieger told us.
In Cumberland County, two juniors from Cumberland Valley High School skipped class to go gallon smashing, hoping to put the video online for their 15 minutes of fame.
First, they created a mess at the Giant in Camp Hill, causing over one thousand dollars of damage, then they headed to the Wegman's in Silver Spring Township.
One of the teens walked down the water aisle, took two gallons jugs of milk and destroyed them over his head. Not only did it rain down milk in this aisle, but also the next aisles.
This picture posted on the Wegman's Facebook page shows the mess that was created.
"I think they should be arrested for something or charged or whatever it is," Silverstine added.
"it makes a mess and the worst part is someone could get hurt, so I’d definitely like to see them stop doing it," Matt Schroeder told us.
The teens ran from the store, but were caught by police nearby. It's hard to miss someone who's covered in milk. They were both arrested.
"I know what I'd do if I was there parents, make them clean it up," one person said.
Wegman's says that the mess caused hundreds of dollars in damage.
The charges against the two teens have not been released, but it's clear that they won't be welcome back.