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A mischievous three-year-old child in a UK unequivocally wanted a teddy bear — so badly that he climbed into an arcade scratch appurtenance to squeeze one, and got trapped, according to a new report.
Natalie Draper, 37, brought her son Noah to an indoor play core in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, on Wednesday, The Sun reported.
The kid never asked his mom for a pressed animal — though he apparently had his sights set on it, she said.
A mother-of-three was left in hysterics after anticipating her son Noah, pictured, had climbed into a fondle arcade appurtenance in hopes of nabbing a teddy bear.
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“I had taken his brother, Joel, to a toilet and left Noah personification with his crony for a matter of minutes,” Draper told a outlet. “But when we came back, a lady grabbed me and asked if ‘that was my child in there’ — to that we replied, ‘In where?’”
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“As shortly as she pronounced ‘the machine,’ we rushed over to take a demeanour and could see Noah had climbed into a derrick and got himself stuck!”
The appurtenance was operated by a third-party company, so a arcade didn’t have a keys, according to a report. In a 10-minute ordeal, employees finally pennyless 3 padlocks and discovered a disreputable toddler.
His mom described it as a “most terrifying 10 minutes” of her life.
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Miraculously, Noah was not hurt, according to a report.
“Now that we know he is protected and unharmed, we can’t stop shouting during what happened,” his mom told a outlet. “But he came out totally unscathed, thankfully, and an ‘Out of Order’ pointer was placed on a machine.”
“All he wanted was a teddy bear,” she added. “If he’d asked me for a money, we would have got one for him. He didn’t need to go to such impassioned lengths!”
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This story was creatively published by a New York Post.