Hilarious video of little girl trying to get out of trouble goes viral

Hilarious video of little girl trying to get out of trouble goes viral

- A video of a sweet child has gone viral on social media

- In the footage, the girl returns home from school with someone else's jacket

- When questioned, she hilariously insists that she bought it herself

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An adorable viral video has been shared on social media showing a little girl trying to sweet-talk her way out of trouble. The toddler returned home with a jacket that did not belong to her and when her father asked where she got it, the child responded by saying she bought it. When questioned further about how much she paid for it, the cute kid said it cost "five money".

The dad further questioned if anyone else in the school had the same jacket and she said yes. The footage ended with the patient dad teaching the child that she can't take things that don't belong to her.

Social media users were both amused and in love with the cute child. She certainly made an impression as the video has been viewed over 13 million times. Twitter user Humahasit said:

"Everyone's talking about the five moneys but are we going to ignore the flawless line of questioning going on here?"

Ess_hali said:

"Awww. Respect to those parents for disciplining their daughter & teaching her that, what isn't yours, must be returned, no matter how much you want it."

ScooterSamara said:

"How could you possibly accuse Mila of lying? She paid 5 money for that jacket."

JOECOOKE5 said:

"She bought it at the jacket store for 5 monies, no more questions."

AsiaChloeBrown said:

"Why was she questioned without an attorney present?"

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Baby_b0nes said:

"The way he calmly talks to her even after she gets upset is so nice, I wish my parents had talked to me like this when I was a child."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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