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Concerns over kids buying baked beans as 'beaning' trend goes viral

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Get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox so you never miss a thing Police have issued a warning to shops over a concerning new viral trend involving baked beans.

Shops have been urged to look out for children buying large quantities of the tinned goods, while parents are being encouraged to check their cupboards.

It comes after 'beaning', a bizarre new trend, took off on social video sharing app TikTok, the Mirror reports. READ MORE: BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin on why she is leaving show after 20 years 'Beaning' involves children smearing baked beans onto people's driveways, doors and cars - and, of course, filming it.

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