A recent video has sparked several concerns and opinions over how kids can be lured away from home via the internet.
Online prankster Coby Persin contacted 12, 13, and 14-year old girls pretending to be a 15-year-old boy through online messaging.
When he met up with the girls, their parents were also there to confront them.
The controversial video has attracted over 32 million views on YouTube, yet there is debate over whether most young people would fall for this type of luring.
Was this experiment a good way to show how kids can be lured by online predators? Is it a bad idea for parents to shame their kids into learning a lesson?