Disturbing TikTok trend: A group of young men burst into random people’s homes while filming their reactions
- Images show how a group of three men enter a building without permission
- The concerned homeowners, who have children in the house, ask them to leave
- The person who posted the TikTok has since deleted his account due to backlash
The Metropolitan Police are investigating a disturbing social media trend after a group of young men stormed into a random home without permission before a panicked father begged them to leave.
A TikTok user, who has since deleted his account, received a lot of backlash on social media after posting a video of him entering a family home with a group of friends uninvited.
The video begins with him and two other friends posing for the camera saying, “Walking in random houses, let’s go.”
In footage since deleted, the group then walks through a black gate, ignoring a woman in the front yard, and letting themselves into the beautiful London home.
Despite the woman yelling, “Excuse me, what are you doing?”, the boys walk through the ajar door as the woman calls nervously to the other person in the house.
A TikTok user, who has since deleted his account, received a lot of backlash on social media after he posted a video of him entering a family home uninvited with a group of friends
Visibly frightened by the break-in, she shouts, “Come to the front door right now,” as the group enters the premises.
They appear to mock the woman and then imitate her by calling the man downstairs as they film a tour of the house.
As the father climbs the stairs, leaving his toddler downstairs, the group continues to intimidate the homeowners by walking through their house without an invitation.
One of them asks the man, “Is this where the study group is?” before walking into different rooms, filming the inside of the house and even laying on the couches.
The group of three then do not leave the premises until the man says he has children – who can be heard calling their parents in the background of the video.
This isn’t the first time the group has posted videos of them breaking into property.
In the past, they have posted videos of them entering the home of a Jewish family, while also targeting schools and restricted areas of supermarkets.
Several social media users condemned the latest video, with one message saying, ‘No, it’s way too far! Pointless.’
The Metropolitan Police said they are aware of the online spread of images and are investigating
Another added: “So disrespectful there’s a kid in the house.” A third said, “This isn’t funny.”
While a fourth commented, “I don’t know what’s worse… what he did or if he thought this would be a good idea for the renderings?” Folly’.
The Met Police said they were aware of the social media videos but had not received an official report.
They have called on the public to come forward if they have any information that could aid their investigation.
A spokesperson for the Met Police said: ‘The MPS is aware of images circulating on social media, but has not received any related reports at this time.
“Agents are investigating to determine the location and those involved.
“They are eager to talk to anyone who has information. Then contact the police via 101 or via @MetCC.’