Naked “Nerf wars” spark concern in Washington Twp.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

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A series of concerns involving “Nerf wars” games in Washington Twp. has deputies warning juveniles if the activities continue there will be a zero tolerance policy, deputies said.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

A series of concerns involving “Nerf wars” games in Washington Twp. has deputies warning juveniles if the activities continue there will be a zero tolerance policy, deputies said.

Deputies first learned of the concerns when they responded to a complaint at Oak Creek Park involving two students playing the game naked, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said.

According to deputies, their may be other students involved in the incident.

Officials said Centerville students were the first to create a rule that if students play the games nude they are invincible and can not be tagged out.

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“Nerf wars” is a game where people fire Nerf guns at one another and if struck they are eliminated from the game.

Deputies said there have also been incidents of students pointing Nerf guns at passing cars and blocking intersections to play the game.

So far, deputies said they have not issued any citations, but have issued warnings and if someone is caught the consequences could be serious.

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