The condom snorting challenge comes with a number of health risks, including choking.
He added: "Even if you manage to successfully pull the condom out through your mouth, inhaling a condom up your nose would be very uncomfortable and potentially quite painful".
Multiple videos on YouTube show teens and young adults snorting condoms. Yes, you read that correctly. You film it, and after you post the video on YouTube, you've officially completed the "Condom Challenge". Most dated from 2013, with a few going all the way back to 2007.
But over the past five years, USA poison control centers have received only one report of a condom inhalation.
It should go without saying, of course, that snorting condoms is risky.
When the Tide Pod challenge was popular people would share videos of themselves to the internet of them biting, smoking, or even cooking Tide laundry detergent pods.
Tide Pods are so January.
The challenge involves snorting an unwrapped condom through a nostril and pulling it out through the throat.
It's been around for years, but another social media challenge is catching fire. Condom inhalation poses serious risks like choking and could also damage the nose's inner lining, according to Forbes contributor and associate professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Bruce Y. Lee. In one case, a woman suffered a collapsed lung and contracted pneumonia after a condom went down her trachea.
"While this does not necessarily mean that you should panic if you accidentally swallow a condom (because you may just eventually poop it out)", Lee wrote, "it does strongly suggest that you should not deliberately inhale or swallow a condom".