If you haven't been greeted by the craze, then you are one of the select few, as people are posting videos and pictures of their brooms standing on their own on all social media platforms.
If you want see more, search #broomstickchallenge and #broomchallenge on Twitter. Well according to several posts I saw, the folks at NASA said that the earth's gravitational pull was at just the right angle or level that a broom would stand straight up.
A #BroomChallenge is sweeping social media.
This "magical trick" was said to be announced by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on Monday.More news: Court denies Apple's appeal in VirnetX patent-infringement case
Tons of stars have been trying out the viral Broom Challenge!
Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it has nothing to do with gravitational pull, or the magical day.
However, that turned out to be false-NASA said no such thing, and the agency has provided no source information backing the claim.More news: Senate will vote to limit Trump’s authority on Iran
While we're sure NASA is bristling at the idea of people getting the science wrong, it still makes for a fun party trick.
This prompted thousands of users to try this for themselves and post the results of their brooms standing by themselves, some absolutely amazed by the results.More news: Two more arrested over Vietnamese truck deaths, United Kingdom police say