Mom, 27, breaks both ankles while trying the popular TikTok dance challenge ‘Oh Na Na Na’

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A mom broke her two ankles while trying a TikTok folk dance challenge.

Sapphire Charlesworth, of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, attempted the “Oh Na Na Na challenge” on Wednesday with his girlfriend Naadjele Lartey, but it didn’t go as planned.

27-year-old two-year-old mother was rushed to hospital after falling while dancing and was told by doctors that her two ankles were badly damaged, reports Chronicle Live .

The challenge, which involves two people kicking their feet from different angles to the rhythm of Slim Burna’s Oh Na Na Na, has become a craze on the video-sharing site Tik Tok, with thousands of them trying it out- same the delicate blow.

Anyone who doesn’t know the craze can watch Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek perform the dance with his sister in the video above.



Sapphire Charlesworth seriously damaged both of his ankles after injuring himself while doing the TikTok dance

Sapphire said, “We were just practicing, and while I was going to turn, I slipped and heard” crack, crack “, then I was in a heap on the ground.

“It hurts so much. “I think my partner thought I was exaggerating, she must have come to get me and we were trying to wait to see if the pain had subsided but then we had to call an ambulance.”

Sapphire was taken to North Durham University Hospital and, after an analysis, may have required surgery.



Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek performs popular dance with his sister

The mother was told that she severely broke her left ankle, a serious injury which may require surgery, and that she also fractured her right ankle and the ligaments in her right foot.

“For anyone considering trying it, I would say the approach with caution, and it’s not as easy as it sounds,” she said.

Sapphire now has plaster cast on one foot and a moon boot on the other, while partner Naadjele has taken on the role of caregiver for Sapphire and her two children.

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As pressure builds on the NHS due to the coronavirus pandemic, Sapphire wanted to thank you for the way she was treated during her hospital stay.

She said, “I want to thank the NHS overwhelmingly. Through it all, they keep morale. “

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