Dangerous New Baby Reveal Trend You Definitely Shouldn’t Try
Gender reveal parties are a fairly new concept, and if you’re not familiar with how they work, it’s all about having a baker bake a cake or a party shop fill a balloon with confetti that represents the gender of your unborn child.
You generally then get a group together and slice into the cake to reveal a ‘blue’ or ‘pink’ sponge, or popping a balloon to reveal blue or pink confetti! It’s a joyous occasion and a great surprise for all.
However, a new trend has some people worried, as it’s deemed potentially ‘dangerous.’
They’ve been taken to a whole new level recently when Sydney Event Escorts posted a video to social media that showed a crowd of about 30 people gathered next to parked cars, as the car started to do a burnout.
Blue smoke then pours out of the back and the couple standing on the street embraces, clearly elated to learn they are expecting a son. A closing message fills the screen: ‘It’s a boy!’
The video has now been removed from the Facebook page.
A NSW Police spokesperson said burnouts are illegal under the Road Transport Act.
“Traffic Highway Patrol has confirmed they are investigating this (incident on video),” the spokesperson said.