ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — A new trend in viral videos has St. Paul police concerned — it’s called “gallon smashing.”

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Teenagers are recording themselves at grocery stores picking up gallons of milk or juice, pretending to fall and spilling the liquid all over.

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Police say just like the Harlem Shake or flash mobs, this is quickly gaining popularity with teens.

Just this past weekend, a 16-year-old was arrested for disorderly conduct and damage to property at the Midway Target when she tried to reenact the video.

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“From damaging product, to spending time cleaning it up, and all the products the milk comes in contact with, it’s a mess. And people can slip, creating the potential for a severe injury,” said St. Paul Police Sgt. Paul Paulos.