How do you say you are at risk without actually saying you are at risk? That’s something some people are trying to think about because it can help people, like those who may be victims of domestic violence and are trying to call for help without knowing it.
In the case of a 16-year-old who went missing in North Carolina, apparently thanks to his learning a special hand from TikTok and performing that action in a car behind the car he was in, he he was rescued by management. .
According to a statement from the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office, “The complainant was in the back of the car and saw a female passenger in the car performing hand gestures which are popular on the social media platform‘ Tik Tok ’to represent violence at home – I need help – domestic violence. “
The man who observed and knew of the activity sat in the back of the car for the next seven miles where they continued to pass information to police, eventually being able to find them and tow the car and rescue ia.
Speaking at WYMT, Laurel County Sheriff Gilbert Acciardo said, “We don’t know how long it took him coming down from the state of Ohio to do this to other drivers in the hopes that they would notice he was suffering, but was later found out by a one.”