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The images were recorded at the parental home in Fort Worth in Texas, America

Mother plays cruel trick on little boy using spider filter and screams to convince hysterical toddler that a huge tarantula is crawling over his face

  • The images were recorded at the parental home in Fort Worth in Texas, America
  • His mother pulls him towards the camera and encourages him to look at the screen
  • He becomes more hectic as the animation crawls around his body
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A mother filmed her young son's reaction as she fooled him into thinking that a huge tarantula was crawling over his face using the spider filter.

The images were recorded at the parental home in Fort Worth in Texas, America.

In the video, the boy's mother draws him closer to the camera and encourages him to look at the screen.

He looks up and sees a huge black-brown tarantula that seems to crawl over his mouth.

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The little boy sounds a series of high screams out of fear as he shuffles to try and brush the creature away from him.

He is always worried when the animation keeps crawling around his body.

The images were recorded at the parental home in Fort Worth in Texas, America

The boy's mother draws him closer to the camera and encourages him to look at the screen while the spider appears

The boy's mother draws him closer to the camera and encourages him to look at the screen while the spider appears

The images were recorded at the parental home in Fort Worth in Texas, America. The boy's mother draws him closer to the camera and encourages him to look at the screen while the spider appears

The little boy makes a series of screams of fear as he shuffles to try and brush the creature away from him

The little boy makes a series of screams of fear as he shuffles to try and brush the creature away from him

The little boy makes a series of screams of fear as he shuffles to try and brush the creature away from him

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He jumps up and down furiously and claps his arms before he asks his mother for help.

His mother can be heard in the background and beautifies the trick by saying: & # 39; Where did it go? & # 39;

The boy starts crying and hits his own face in a desperate attempt to get rid of the nerve-wracking arachnid.

The spider disappears briefly and his mother pretends to reassure him by saying: & # 39; It's gone, it's gone. & # 39;

But only a few seconds later it reappears and she takes a sharp breath that brings her son into a final panic frenzy, where the video ends.

He is always worried when the animation keeps crawling around his body
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He is always worried when the animation keeps crawling around his body

He jumps up and down furiously and claps his arms before he asks his mother for help

He jumps up and down furiously and claps his arms before he asks his mother for help

He is always worried when the animation keeps crawling around his body before he jumps wildly up and down and looks at his mother for help

The spider filter, recently released by Snapchat, has equally delighted both horrific and horrific users.

However, it has turned out to be controversial after it caused a craze for posting videos of terrified children on social media – similar to those above – that disgusted many online users.

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But the filter still has a number of popular backups, including Kylie Jenner who used it on daughter Stormi.

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