There are any number of wild, teenage stunts and violent attacks that are videotaped -- and then posted on the internet.
One website shows kids crashing while rollerblading, skiing while tied to a car and shooting fireworks at a friend.
Recently, eight Florida teens were arrested for beating up another teen after they posted the video online.
Because of the popularity of video-sharing sites like You Tube, experts say each week -- kids try even more dangerous stunts to gain their 15 minutes of fame.
Harold W. Phipps, a Computer Forensics Expert says, "Its one up-manship almost … and they say, 'Well, he jumped off a ten foot ladder. Well, I'm going to do him better. I'm going to jump off a 15 foot ladder.' And then it will be a 20 foot and then 30 foot."
Experts say parents should explain that stunts aren't just dangerous. They may embarass a child forever.