- Sarah Wruck was horrified when she saw that her child had covered her R30 000 (£1 600) TV with a medicated cream
- Sarah said she left her two young boys to make dinner only to return and find that they had made a mess
- Sarah spent over an hour trying to clean the television and thankfully it still works perfectly
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Sarah Wruck was horrified when she found her two-year-old son, Eli, had covered their R30 000 (£1 600) TV in cream after he was left alone for a couple of minutes.
She left both Eli and Ben, his brother, to prepare dinner for the family, only to hear giggles from the living room. Sarah called to ask the boys what they were up to and they said that they were painting, Sun UK reports.
Their response gave them away as she suspected something was definitely wrong. She rushed back to the room and made the shocking discovery.
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Sarah said she left the kids watching a movie while she went to the kitchen to cook.
“They were both happily together in the living room watching a movie when I got up to start making dinner.
“I could hear that they were really quiet, and I know that when they’re quiet something is going on. I asked them what they were doing, and I heard ‘I’m painting!’ and I just thought oh no,” she said.
She said they lathered themselves in the Sudocrem their father had left on the changing table, adding that when she saw what had happened, she screamed.
“Their dad had left the nappy cream on the changing table nearby and Eli had gotten into it and smothered himself and the television with it. When I saw what happened, I screamed for my partner. He couldn’t believe it,” she said.
Though the television worked afterwards, she had to spend over an hour carefully cleaning it with detergent and glass cleaner.
Meanwhile, Navaeh Woods is a brilliant kid who specialises in making beautiful outfits for dolls.
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Her craft caught the attention of many and even struck Mattel, the very popular Barbie doll manufacturing company.
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