A drinking game could prove costly for a UK man after he swallowed a goldfish on a dare and now may see jail time for it. In an office above a Devon pub in March 2016, Daniel Challis, 24, accepted a dare to swallow a goldfish and his friend, Cheryl Stevens, posted video of the challenge to Facebook. Challis and Stevens have since been convicted of bringing unnecessary suffering to the animal. Challis was participating in an online game called neknominate, in which people field extreme drinking challenges and then nominate friends on Facebook to follow suit. When the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) learned of the video, after social media users flagged it, the organization kicked off an investigation. Challis and Stevens testified that the fish was dead before it was swallowed, but UK magistrates disagreed, after viewing the video Stevens had posted online.