10-year-old boy dies after practicing

On April 9, 2022, a family from the Maroni Valley, living in Montsinéry-Tonnegrande, lost one of their boys. The 10-year-old child died after inhaling aerosol deodorant. It would be an exercise called the “deodorant game.” The mayor of the city, Patrick Lecante, called for the establishment of a psychological unit in the victim’s school.

A deadly challenge. The “aerosol game” or “deodorant game” has arrived in Guyana. This dangerous practice, which appeared on the national territory around 2014, consists in inhaling aerosol deodorant to reach a state of intoxication. Saturday, April 9, 2022, a 10-year-old boy died in the town of Tonnegrande.† After inhaling the cosmetic, he went into cardiac arrest. The resuscitation efforts of the SAMU and the fire brigade were not sufficient to save this child.

I bring the cry of the parents of the village of Tonnegrande, and of all those I have had, to say that no one is safe. This is a real disaster for all of us.

Patrick Lecante, Mayor of Montsinéry-Tonnegrande

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The circumstances of death will be determined after autopsy. Investigations have been started as part of an investigation. According to the statements of the mayor of Montsinéry-Tonnegrande, Patrick Lecante, the practice has recently seen a revival† It is mainly distributed on social networks such as Tik Tok, which is used by many teenagers.

We know that social networks, in the school environment, affect our youngsters psychologically. We are talking about intimidation and other excesses. Parents need to watch what’s happening on kids’ laptops and governments need to be made aware of the dangers of digital technology.

Patrick Lecante, Mayor of Montsinéry-Tonnegrande

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A psychological department was set up on Monday morning by the Rectorate, at the request of the Mayor of Montsinéry-Tonnegrande, for the students and the educational community of the institution where the victim was trained. †I remember our sacred duty, namely to protect our youth, to hold their hands so that it in turn replaces us in the role of citizenPatrick Lecante said in a statement released last Sunday.

This isn’t the first time such a tragedy has occurred after a teenager practices the spray can game. In November 2014, an 11-year-old boy died under the same circumstances† He lived in Nice. Later, in 2021, she was a 15-year-old teenager, in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté. These are just examples. This has also happened in other countries, notably the United Kingdom.

“Games” such as “Blue Whale”, “Momo Challenge”, “The Game of 12 Shots” or “The Tomato” and many others are particularly dangerous and violent practices. Prevention work, with associations (such as APEAS), was set up by the Ministry of National EducationYouth and Sports at the National Level.

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