Ice needed after bucket challenge fail

Published Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Comments
Toggle font size
Print

A girl from Drogheda was almost knocked out cold after her ice bucket challenge went painfully wrong.

Warning: Video contains strong language

Teresina Bell, dressed in swimming goggles and water wings, squealed as she was doused in freezing water as part of the charity craze.

However the worst was yet to come, as she raced off only to crash straight into a clothes line, suffering a nasty bump to the head.

"Get ice on it, quick," a man is heard saying, as friends come to her aid.

Teresina, whose ice bucket video has racked up over a million views, later posted on Facebook to say she is on the mend after the unfortunate incident.

She added: "The swollen lip and face is going down. Lip and forehead is black and blue. 50 shades of colouring the next few days I say lol."

The ice bucket challenge, aimed at raising awareness of motor neurone disease, has become an internet phenomenon in recent weeks, with a host of famous faces among those taking part.

© UTV News
Comments Comments
2 Comments
Barry in Belfst wrote (26 days ago):
Mark in Belfast Of course your garden looks familiar, it is YOUR garden and you see it everyday.
Mark in Belfast wrote (26 days ago):
Wishing you a speedy recovery I have to do it next week and my garden looks familiar lol.
POST A COMMENT:
Name:  
Email address*:    
Location:  
Validation:
House Rules:  
Your Comment:  
[All comments are moderated and will not appear immediately. Your name, location and comment will be displayed on this page if your post passes moderation.]

Watch the best on UTV

UTV main logo
Dickinson's Real Deal
22 September - 2:00 pm

Dickinson's Real Deal

David Dickinson and his team of dealers are a...

Loose Women
22 September - 12:30 pm

Loose Women

British rap star Professor Green joins Ruth L...

MOST POPULAR GALLERIES
Ian Paisley in pictures
Fri 12 September 2014
Frampton crowned world champion
Sun 07 September 2014
East Belfast trouble (26/08/14)
Wed 27 August 2014