Family Of Four Evicted From Sister's Home After Nephew Sets Bathroom On Fire For Tiktok Trend
Housing family during pandemic backfires due to TikTok craze 🔥
Nephew's TikTok trend leads to family eviction and bathroom fire 🔥
Nephew's TikTok trend sets bathroom on fire, causes minor damage 🔥
Brother's lighter used in TikTok fire trend - negligence or accident?
Sister evicts family after nephew's TikTok fire accident 🏠🔥
Homeless after nephew's TikTok trend went too far 😔
TikTok trend gone wrong causes family eviction 🔥
A family of four, who were temporarily living with their sister due to job loss caused by COVID-19, have been asked to leave after their teenage son set the bathroom on fire while attempting a TikTok trend. The trend involves drawing a shape on the mirror with hairspray and then lighting it on fire, but unfortunately, the fire spread to a nearby stack of towels and got out of control. Although no one was hurt, the bathroom suffered damage, and the family has been asked to leave within a week. The sister feels that they were wildly negligent, especially since the lighter used belonged to the father. The family has apologized and asked for reconsideration, but the sister no longer feels safe living with them. The incident highlights the dangers of following social media trends without considering the potential consequences.
NTA for evicting family after dangerous TikTok trend caused fire 😬
NTA. Deliberately setting a house on fire for TikTok is reckless.
Debate over eviction of family after nephew sets fire for TikTok
Debate over whether kicking out family due to teenage fire mishap is justified. 🤔
A 15-year-old's poor impulse control led to catastrophe 🔥, but were the parents negligent? Opinions are divided. Some say no, while others think they should have been more vigilant. What do you think? 👀
Setting fire for a video? NTA's kindness shouldn't be abused 😠
NTA evicts family after dangerous TikTok trend, offers partial solution. 🔥
Mixed opinions on whether evicting family over bathroom fire is justified 🤔
Engaging discussion on whether OP should evict entire family over one mistake
Should the parents be blamed? Let's discuss. 🤔
Defending the 15-year-old nephew's mistake, citing pandemic stress and age. 🤔
Defending a teen's lapse in judgement, but setting houses on fire? 🤔
Commenter defends 15-year-old nephew, calls out lack of mercy from family.
Teach your nephew the consequences of his actions and set rules 👍
Sympathy for the family as nephew's TikTok stunt goes wrong 🤦♀️
Commenter sympathizes with 15-year-old's bathroom fire TikTok trend mishap.
Don't kick them out, make the nephew pay for the damage 💸🔥🔥
Is kicking out an entire family for a teenager's mistake necessary? 🤔
Commenter calls out OP for wanting to make innocent people homeless 👎
Sibling solidarity in the face of youthful foolishness 👪😩
Outrage as family gets evicted due to nephew's TikTok prank. YTA
Reddit user disagrees with eviction and blames landlord, parents and society.
Commenter defends eviction after nephew's intentional bathroom fire. 🔥🚫
Understanding and forgiveness for nephew's mistake, but what's next?
Commenter defends 15-yr old nephew, calls OP the a**hole for eviction
Safety first! NTA for evicting family after dangerous TikTok trend.
Teaching accountability through work, not eviction 🧑🚒💰
Compassionate response to nephew's mistake, suggests alternative punishment. 👍
Commenter calls out overreaction to family's eviction over TikTok incident 🔥
NTA. Incredibly dangerous and irresponsible TikTok trend caused eviction. Replies debate consequences.
Can the nephew earn your trust after TikTok fail? 🤔
Family evicted after nephew sets fire for TikTok - NTA
Nephew sets bathroom on fire for TikTok trend, family evicted. NTA
Deliberate fire leads to eviction - NTA makes sense 🔥🚫
Avoiding home insurance trouble: NTA for evicting family.
Compassionate response advocating for understanding and reconciliation 🤝