• All players but one stand in two rows (or sometimes in a circle) with their hands raised, the player that stayed out of this formation is called the statue. 
  • This player must pass in between the two rows and get to the opposite side. 
  • While he tries to accomplish this everyone that's forming the rows slaps him on the back of the head as hard as they can. 
  • The job of the statue is to catch a glimpse of who's going to hit him at any given split second. When he does he switches to the rows and the person caught becomes the statue. 
  • The statue must go back and forth in between the rows until he catches someone. 
  • Of course there is no evident way to prove what the statue saw and if he's right, and that always leads to some heated disputes.