Some items illegal and dangerous on student scavenger hunt

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Kristin Thorne has the details from Farmingville. (WABC)

A scavenger hunt among high school seniors on Long Island is attracting a lot of attention, because of what's on the list.

Some of the items are illegal and dangerous and teens are bragging about checking them off the list.

The list is from students at Sachem East in Farmingville.

A few of the activities are pretty harmless, get a shot of espresso at Dunkin Donuts and hold a teammates parent.

But some are dangerous and outright illegal, like suggesting participants drink 10 shots in 10 seconds, steal a street sign, and even run a red light.

Those things were apparently accomplished according to the Twitter account @SachemSeniors.

"It's a good way to get killed. I'm surprised that the parents don't have any foresight over this. They have to draw the line somewhere with these kids," said James Sforza, a Selden resident.

The operator of the Sachem Seniors account later tweeted out: "Kids windshields smashing overall a night to remember".

The superintendent of the Sachem School District says the students who participated have not been identified nor will they be because this was not a school sanctioned activity.

The list has created a firestorm on Twitter with back and forth between students and parents even parents between parents.

"I think it's a joke. I think the parents online are blowing it out of proportion. I'm sure that most of them did the stuff that's on that list, they just don't want to admit it," said Stacy Ricci, a parent.

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