By Luke Andrews For Mailonline
Published: 10:48 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 10:48 BST, 3 May 2019
A mother is calling for 'idiotic' playground game 'Bump' to be banned after her son knocked out one front tooth from the root and split the other.
Mother-of-two Donna Fear, 42, was called to pick up her 14-year-old son Tyler from Parklands High School, Chorley, after he also sustained a swollen lip, bruised chin and grazed hands.
Video of the Monday lunch break accident, posted on Snapchat and shared by Mrs Fear, shows six boys firing him into the air from a tennis net, before he face-plants onto the floor.
Mrs Fear has called for schools to ban the game and warned other children not to take part. Her son's missing denture will be replaced with a false tooth.
A mother has called for playground game 'bump' to be banned after he son lost one front tooth and split another when he face-planted onto the ground at Parklands High School, Chorley
Mother-of-two Donna Fear, 42, was called to pick up her 14-yera-old son Tyler from school shortly after Monday lunch break
'He's knocked one of his front teeth clean out from the root. His other tooth is only half there and it's like it's been cut diagonally with crinkly scissors,' said Ms Fear.
'His face and all his lips are swollen, his chin's all bruised and his hands are grazed.
'He's struggling to talk and keeps slathering. He's probably lost half a stone since Monday