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4 Ontario Teens Got So Hyped About 'Hot Girl Summer' That It Turned Criminal

Police are investigating and asking for public assistance.

The OPP is on the lookout for a group of four alleged vandals who are a little too excited about the possibility of a hot girl summer in 2021.

OPP West Region says four teenage girls were caught by surveillance footage spray-painting the phrases "Hot Girl Summer 2021" and "Smurf" on the concrete at a skate park in Port Dover, Ontario and that officers are investigating the incident.

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The graffiti is in reference to Hot Girl Summer, a 2019 song by popular American rapper Megan Thee Stallion, but the OPP are less concerned with the song and more concerned about the group of alleged vandals.

"The investigation is continuing and the OPP is following up on information that is being received from the public," Acting Sgt. Ed Sanchuk of the OPP told Narcity on Tuesday, May 11.

Police have surveillance footage that they can't release due to the ages of the people involved, but they are asking for anybody with information to call the OPP or Haldimand & Norfolk Crimestoppers.