Age: About a month.
Appearance: Just, like,tons and tons of baked beans.
Well, that looks delicious. It 's anything but. Beaning is an act of cruel intimidation and the perpetrators are pure evil dealers.
Really? What does beaning involve? OK, get ready. Beaning is the act of buying an unusually large quantity of beans and then throwing them at someone's house.
Oh, I get it . Like egging. No, not at all like egging. Egging is when you throw eggs at someone's house. Beaning is throwing beans at someone's house. It's much worse.
Yes. Because cans can break windows. No, no one throws away cans. This would be called tinning, right? Beaning consists of emptying the box and throwing away the beans in bulk.
I imagine that being a victim of the beaning would be very inconvenient. It 's worse than inconvenient. Beaning is so widespread that the police had to intervene. In fact, they issued beaning alerts, urging people to watch for warning signs.
Who are they? According to Michelle Owens , community support worker in Morley, Leeds, traders should "be aware that young people buy large quantities of cans of beans." If you have children living at home, be careful if you see them removing cans of beans from the family home.
Yes, that makes sense. Yes. It is our duty as citizens to carefully record any sightings of adolescents carrying multipacks, in case they have been radicalized byBig Beaner.
Who says all these kids taking beaning? Users on TikTok, obviously. The social media platform is flooded with videos from wandering beaners , identifying themselves with the hashtag #beanbandits.
Chilling. It is also spreading quickly. PSCO Owen's warning may be new, but Surrey Police appealed more than a month ago after the village of Wonersh was vandalized by loose beans and cans .
Return TikTok. I know. First, there was everyone sing chants of sailors , now that. It 's not as objectionable as the songs of sailors, however. You remember ? Brr.
What can we do to prevent the rise of beans? Very little. Apart from obeying the advice of the police and being vigilant towards teens armed with beans, we are powerless. A beaning can happen anywhere, anytime.
It 's very scary. Do not be afraid; it's just a TikTok trend. Give it a week and the beaning will be an old hat - everyone will start eating soap or wearing jelly on their heads or whatever. God, I hate TikTok.
Say: "Beaning is a thoughtless act of vandalism. "
Don't say: " If I catch beans, they're toast. "