Little boy wreaks havoc after finding mum’s electric razor
A little boy wreaked havoc after he discovered his mumâs electric razor, giving himself and his sister some rather unusual haircuts.
Stephie Leigh, from the USA, was horrified when she realised Teddy had got his hands on the shaver, leaving his younger sibling Eloise gutted.
The young boy shaved his own head from the front, leaving a few hanging strands, before cutting the back of his sisterâs scalp in a haphazard fashion.
Itâs a timely reminder to parents of the dangers of leaving the kids unattended. They even gave their baby brother Freddy the chop.
When Stephie asked her daughter âDo you like your new haircut?â she immediately replied, âNoâ. The mum then asked her daughter, âWhy did you let your brother do that?â
But her son insisted, âShe said she liked me doing that a lot and I did it and we wanted to show you.â
âOK itâs just hair and itâs going to grow back and Mummyâs OK,â said the mum, who was getting ready for a night shift at work when her son ran amok.
But Eloise wasnât exactly loving her new look, saying, âMummy, I look like a boy.â
Her mum reassured her, âNo you donât look like a boy. Youâre a beautiful girl. It doesnât matterâ.
Her brother helpfully added: âYour face looks like a girl.â
Adorably, Eloise also asked: âMummy can you put your hair on my head?â
But she should count herself lucky that she was only missing one patch of hair, as the little boyâs head had to be shaved completely.
The cheeky chappy asked his mum, âHow does my hair look? I mean, how does my no hair look?â
And she told him, âYour no hair looks great.â
Stephie posted a video of the carnage on her Instagram stories and her brother Ian Hagadorn, a New Yorker, shared it on Twitter.
âYâall, my nephew found the electric shaver and went wildâ, he wrote, followed by a selection of laughing and crying emojis.
Oh my goodness đ pic.twitter.com/D1baCKKSdbâ news.com.au (@newscomauHQ) April 15, 2019
The video has since racked up more than 120,000 likes and 67,000 retweets.
âI love how she was freaked out but didnât show it too much for them to freak out,â one commenter wrote.
âShe assured her kids saying âItâs okay, itâs just hair, it will grow back, you still look like a girl, we can fix itâ.â
âI screamed when the little girl turned around,â another wrote.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission
Originally published as Boy wreaks havoc with electric razor