NJ teens could face charges for bush prank

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Watch the report from Action News at 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 30, 2017. (WPVI)

Teens dressed as bushes for Halloween could be facing criminal charges for their shenanigans.

The "Rahway Bushmen," as they've now branded themselves on social media, are creating quite the scare and controversy in Union County, New Jersey.

That's because the teens inside the brush are popping up and scaring the daylights out of visitors to a local park.

They're three high school students, and police are not amused.

Right now they're facing potential trespassing and harassment charges against them... if they're caught.

So far, they aren't backing down, saying: "Stop being afraid of people wanting to have fun."
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