A teenage blindfolded driver in Utah crashed into another car for obvious reasons Monday, according to Layton's police department.
"Bird Box Challenge as it drove … predictable result," the police tweeted a picture of two cars torn apart on Layton Parkway surrounded by snow-covered sidewalks.
A truck seems to have the passenger side bumper bent towards the inside, while the entire side of the driver of a Honda HR-V is destroyed. The side airbags of the HR-V appear to be deployed.
"Fortunately no wounded", wrote the police.
Layton police spokesman Lt. Travis Lyman told CBS News that a 17-year-old girl was driving with a 16-year-old passenger at the time of the accident.
The "Bird Box" challenge, which has become viral on social media, is inspired by Netflix's "Bird Box," starring Sandra Bullock. In the film, the characters have to move around the outside world wearing blindfolded eyes to avoid looking at an invisible monster that forces people to kill themselves.
In the viral challenge, participants try to do ordinary things while blindfolded, which, again, is dangerous for obvious reasons.
Earlier this month, Netflix warned its spectators against the "Bird Box" challenge.
"I can not believe I have to say it, but: PLEASE, DO NOT FAKE WITH THIS CHALLENGE OF THE BIRDS BOX", the company tweeted on January 2nd.
Colorado order forces predicted last week that someone might try the "Bird Box" challenge while driving and also put people are guarding against it.
The challenge "really has not been that dangerous, but inevitably someone will do the monumentally stupid thing he's driving while blindfolded," a Colorado state police officer said in a video message. "We should not say this, but we're going: do not drive blindfolded"