Creepy character & # 039; Momo & # 039; used in & # 039; Suicidal games & # 039; spread online

Scary: Japanese doll artist Midori Hayashi created a doll called & # 39; Momo & # 39; of woman with grotesque features

A new and creepy character has taken over the web called & # 39; Momo & # 39 ;, which is the new Slenderman to attack children online.

& # 39; Momo & # 39; is a viral challenge that encourages children to add a contact on WhatsApp that will harass them with violent images and challenges, the last is that the child commits suicide.

The challenge first arose after an image of a sculpture woman circulated on the Internet. The grotesque woman has enlarged features, including bulging eyes and was ripped from Japanese doll artist Midori Hayashi.

Scary: Japanese doll artist Midori Hayashi created a doll called & # 39; Momo & # 39; of woman with grotesque features

Scary: Japanese doll artist Midori Hayashi created a doll called & # 39; Momo & # 39; of woman with grotesque features

Midori is known for creating dolls related to horror and recently showed his work in an art gallery in Tokyo, Japan.

Creepy: But the figure has gone viral and is reportedly used in social accounts to target children and teenagers

Creepy: But the figure has gone viral and is reportedly used in social accounts to target children and teenagers

Creepy: But the figure has gone viral and is reportedly used in social accounts to target children and teenagers

To enhance the spooky factor of the dolls, the artist uses animal remains to create the bodies of his figures.

But he is especially focused on creating realistic eyes on each of his dolls, which is a remarkable feature in the doll & # 39; Momo & # 39; with huge and bulging pupils.

In addition to the huge eyes, the doll also has a large mouth that curves up along its slender face.

Midori, despite creating the doll, is not associated with the recent challenge that has circulated on the web.

The challenge, which has reportedly already attracted children in the United States, Argentina, France, Mexico and Germany, could be related to the death of a 12-year-old girl from Escobar, Argentina.

the Good Aries Times Reported that the police was looking at the link between the girl and the challenge & # 39; Momo & # 39 ;.

According to reports, she posted videos of herself making a series of challenges before committing suicide.

Authorities in other countries are concerned about the potential harms of the new challenge, as it continues to circulate in social media applications such as WhatsApp.

He warned: authorities in several countries are warning teenagers about the issue after a young woman died committing suicide

He warned: authorities in several countries are warning teenagers about the issue after a young woman died committing suicide

He warned: authorities in several countries are warning teenagers about the issue after a young woman died committing suicide

Challenge: Apparently, a person or group sends messages to people on WhatsApp under the guise of & # 39; Momo & # 39; and convinces them to participate in challenges that include committing suicide

Challenge: Apparently, a person or group sends messages to people on WhatsApp under the guise of & # 39; Momo & # 39; and convinces them to participate in challenges that include committing suicide

Challenge: Apparently, a person or group sends messages to people on WhatsApp under the guise of & # 39; Momo & # 39; and convinces them to participate in challenges that include committing suicide

Traumatizing: the fictional characters in the past have been demonized, like the Slenderman. It was reported that he stabbed a teenager because someone wanted to impress the eerie figure

Traumatizing: the fictional characters in the past have been demonized, like the Slenderman. It was reported that he stabbed a teenager because someone wanted to impress the eerie figure

Traumatizing: the fictional characters in the past have been demonized, like the Slenderman. It was reported that he stabbed a teenager because someone wanted to impress the eerie figure

A social account for the Guardia de EspaƱa recently published on the viral challenge and warned its followers to stay away from any similar account.

& # 39; Do not add & # 39; Momo & # 39;! & # 39; The group implored their teenage followers.

This occurs after the Slenderman challenge took over the Internet a few years ago and resulted in some children being stabbed to death by their friends.

The fictional character, who originated in an art contest in 2009, presented a spooky figure with long limbs and a blank face.

After the art began to circulate in a similar way to what happened with "Momo", teenagers and children began to be affected by the creepy stories created about the figure.

It became a problem for Morgan Geyser, a 15-year-old girl from Wisconsin, to lure her friend to the forest in 2014 with another girl and stab her to death 19 times.

Later, Morgan said he did it to impress the fictional character Slenderman and has since been sentenced to 40 years in a psychiatric hospital.

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