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The mum to twin girls heard suspicious moaning noises from her children's toy room, and was stunned when she saw Elsa malfunction in a way that certainly wasn't child-friendly.
Watch the video (and we advise you use headphones) below.
The toy, which is meant to speak some of Elsa's most iconic lines from the 2013 film, was instead writhing around and fluttering its eyes while making some 'interesting' noises.
Elsa was also caught moaning repeatedly: "I really need to", seemingly caught on some sort of feedback loop.
The mum shared the accidentally X-rated video to her TikTok account @RaisingTwins, which she captioned: "Imagine my confusion when I heard this news coming from the toy room! Elsa needs to calm down.
"Batteries are going flat - or house is haunted."
The naughty clip soon racked up 23,000 videos on the video-sharing platform, with viewers in hysterics at Elsa's wild time in the toy room.
"Omg!" wrote one viewer. "Let it go, Elsa! Let it go!"
"So Elsa found Woody and Buzz?" quipped a second.
A third added: "Toy Story 5 gonna be wild."
While a fourth said: "I think she's let it go a bit too much."
Kids have provided us with endless giggles during the coronavirus pandemic - and goodness know we've needed it.
In similarly NSFW children's news, This Morning previously hosted a segment in which hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were left in hysterics after parents were encouraged to send in accidentally naughty drawings made by their kids.
One in particular which caught Holly's attention was a drawing of Father Christmas' with a rather naughty looking selection of hats, which appeared more like... something else.
"My nine-year-old daughter has been teaching my seven-year-old to draw," Holly read, reading the note sent by one mum.
"Yes, you guessed it, Santa of course!"
Read more about that mishap here.
Featured Image Credit: TikTok: raisingtwins
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