Drew Carey
Drew Carey offered to donate $10,000 to catch the culprits responsible for dumping feces and urine on a boy with autism in a false and twisted take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Reuters

Drew Carey offered a $10,000 reward to catch the Cleveland teenagers responsible for a despicable faux rendition of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. It had mostly done nothing but good for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the lethal neurodegenerative disorder commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, until a group of Bay Village High School students first filled a bucket with feces, urine and spit and then dumped it on a 14-year-old boy with autism.

The host of the television game show “The Price Is Right,” Carey expressed his outrage over the sick prank via Twitter Friday:

The 56-year-old TV personality said he would donate the same amount to Autism Speaks should authorities find the teens involved without using the reward money.

The entire incident was captured on the unidentified boy’s cellphone and posted on Instagram, Cleveland.com reported. He first stripped down to his boxers and then was humiliated when the body excretions were poured on him.

“Once we found out about it, we were just horrified,” his mother Diane told Fox affiliate WJW Wednesday. “I want these kids held accountable for what they did to him, and they targeted somebody who just didn’t really understand what was going on.”

Bay Village Police Chief Mark Spaetzel called the act “heinous” and said charges would be filed when the culprits were found, Cleveland.com wrote. The high school held a vigil for the teen before Friday’s football game in support of anti-bullying efforts.

“It hurts us deeply to see such a wonderful effort twisted to deliberately cause someone pain. We are supporting our Bay Village Police Department as they vigilantly work to complete their investigation in this case,” a statement released by the school said, according to People magazine.

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