Swearing ice bucket challenge toddler apologises for bad language after being unmasked

Oh pooh.

Metro

Carla Davis, 40, with granddaughter Scarlett-Rose Davis, aged three in Walsall, West Midlands, after Scarlett-Rose used a swear word during her Ice Bucket Challenge and earned herself infamy on social media around the world. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday August 28, 2014. Scarlett-Rose, who is just three, belied her innocent appearance in an online video in which the soaked youngster used the f-word. See PA story CHARITY Icebucket. Photo credit should read: Richard Vernalls/PA Wire Scarlett-Rose Davis, 4, and her grandmother, Carla Davis-Ball(Picture: Richard Vernalls/PA Wire)

One little girl from the Midlands found herself the star of a viral video after she swore in the video her own ice-bucket challenge.

Three-year-old Scarlett-Rose Davis had reportedly begged her grandparents to take part in the charitable craze but left them speechless with her post-challenge tirade.

Her grandmother, Carla Davis-Ball, spoke to the Birmingham Mail of her grand-daughter’s swearing: ‘I couldn’t believe it when she came out with that language.

‘She has picked up a few bad words when we have gone out for meals or into town.’

The 40-year-old did clarify that Scarlett-Rose ‘does know it’s wrong.’

Her grandmother rather wisely did dunked the toddler with warm rather than icy cold water.

Ms Davis-Ball, from Walsall in the West Midlands, explained her pride at her grand-daughter taking on the challenge: ‘It makes me so happy that a three-year-old picked…

View original post 23 more words

Advertisements

Comments are closed.