I don't think there's a parent out there who doesn't want their children to be educated on what to do if a stranger approaches them. But there's a right way to go about this education. Jeremy and Jason Holden, two brothers from Washington who operate the YouTube channel "TwinzTV," pulled a stunt at a local park recently, which involved a (very scary) fake child abduction. And needless to say, parents who witnessed the "kidnapping" were not happy with what they, and their children, were privy to.
The brothers claim that the stunt was intended for a video that would raise awareness about child abduction. They enlisted a mother and son they knew, who were completely fine taking part in the video. But man. Talk about a terrible way to try to instill a message.
Check out the video. Do you think this is appropriate?