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The high school student told Zhanjiang police that he was invited into a chat group named “Blue Whale suicide game” on May 9.

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If you've ever been crammed into a stadium alongside thousands of screaming football or music fans, you already know what the tens of thousands of demonstrators pouring into Hong Kong this week are learning: when you pack that many people into a tiny area, your phone's Internet grinds to a halt.

Smartphones should make it easier to organize protests, but they're as good as bricks when cell towers get overloaded with traffic or when governments decide to flip the switch.

It reportedly originated on Russian social media networks, but there have been reports of the trend emerging around the world.

The Beijing News reported that a teenage surnamed Xu, the founder of a chat group for buying and selling software and clothes, was detained for posts he made on We Chat related to the game on Friday.

The police said he then initially posted two messages related to the Blue Whale Challenge into his own group in order to attract a larger audience. Xu admitted to posting photographs of self-mutilation that he downloaded from the internet into the group, said the police.

“Congratulations to 11 members of the group for completing a mission from the Blue Whale Challenge,” police said he wrote.

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