Teddy fright! Little boy runs away from fear after his mother dresses up like a giant toy bear and suddenly comes to him
- The three-year-old Aaron Dibi was startled by the moving bear in his bedroom
- Mother Hilda Parrales decided to fool him by dressing up in the bear costume
- Boy was left in tears after he noticed the sudden movements in Little Elm, Texas
A mother’s joke went a little too well when she dressed as a giant teddy bear to surprise her son, leaving the three-year-old in tears.
Mother Hilda Parrales stepped into the plush teddy bear costume and sat on a box in her newly renovated son’s bedroom in Little Elm, Texas.
Her son Aaron Dibi chose not to hold his mother’s hand on Valentine’s Day, so Parrales decided to get her own back with the cheeky joke.
While her son Aaron runs into his room on the theme of superhero, Parrales suddenly pulls up with the bear’s arms and the shocked boy stops in his tracks.
Three-year-old Aaron Dibi stares at the bear after having noticed moving in his bedroom in Little Elm, Texas
His mother Hilda Parrales, disguised in the bear costume, stands up from the box in the room – and Aaron turns to flee
Suddenly the bear starts to rise and trudges to Aaron, stretching his arms as if he wants to give him a hug.
But the shocked boy turns around and runs out loud.
Mrs. Parrales walks forward in the bear costume but Aaron runs out of his bedroom in tears
A woman who was shot outside asked, “What are you crying for?”
Mrs. Parrales said that Aaron “ran out of his room and ran downstairs while he said his teddy bear was moving.”
She said the joke occurred to her when she was renovating Aaron’s room – which now has a pop art style image on one wall and a huge incredible hulk recess on another. She posted the video on Twitter on February 15.
Twitter users were fascinated by the room of the three-year-old and noticed that it was ‘so cool’
Mrs. Parrales defended her actions by saying, “He deserved it after he refused to hold my hand on the date I hired him yesterday.”
However, some Twitter users were fascinated by the room of the three-year-old and noticed that it was ‘so cool’.
Missy replied on the video: “Okay, let’s talk about his room.”
Gilly said, “He’s going to hate teddy bears for the rest of his life.”