Councils want social networks to introduce Neknominate warnings
Social networking sites Facebook and Twitter should introduce warnings over the drinking game Neknominate, councils in England and Wales have said.
The game, which involves people filming themselves downing alcohol and then nominating someone else to continue, has been linked to several deaths.
The Local Government Association (LGA) called Neknominate a "totally irresponsible craze".
It said social media companies have a responsibility to show health warnings.
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