Drew Carey Offers $10,000 Reward to Catch Teens Responsible for ‘Horrendous’ Ice Bucket Challenge Prank

A group of high school students tricked an autistic boy into dumping a bucket full of urine and feces on his head and then posted the video online

“Price Is Right” host Drew Carey wants to catch a group of Ohio teenagers responsible for a “horrendous” ALS Ice Bucket Challenge prank on an autistic boy, and is willing to chip in a $10,000 toward a reward fund.

“WTF? Just saw this. Horrendous. These kids should be arrested and expelled,” Carey tweeted after reading a Cleveland.com report about a group of Bay Village High School students who tricked a 14-year-old special needs student into dumping a bucket full of urine, spit and feces on his head.

See video: Seth Meyers Takes Ice Bucket Challenge After Emmys (Video)

“If the Bay Village PD wants to start a reward fund to find who did this, contact me. I’ll donate $10k,” Carey added.

Both the police department and Bay Village school district are eager to discipline the teens responsible for filming the prank Police Chief Mark Spaetzel called “reprehensible.”

See video: ‘The Price Is Right’ Taps Paralympic Athlete Amy Purdy as Model

Investigators are reviewing a copy of the video, which the attackers recorded on the victim’s phone and then posted to social media.

Carey, a comedian and former sitcom star, grew up in the Cleveland area, and is willing to offer his $10,000 to an autism charity if the teenagers responsible for the prank are found without any monetary incentive.