The furious face of a three-year-old who had been the victim of one of her mum’s cruel pranks has sparked a fierce debate on Facebook.
Little Dollie-Leigh Dickson is obsessed with cartoon character Peppa Pig, so she was “really excited” when her mum, Chelsea-Lee Blackburn, told her that her favourite TV character was outside their home.
The three-year-old Peppa Pig superfan raced to the window, expecting to see the Channel 5 character in person – only to discover it was a pig carcass being delivered to the nearby butchers.
Barmaid Chelsea-Lee, 29, said she's pulled the same prank before but it was the first time she managed to capture Dollie-Leigh's seriously unimpressed expression on camera.
Chelsea-Lee’s snap of the disappointed tot’s furious face went viral on Facebook where it racked up more than 182,000 likes, shares and comments… not all of them positive.
Chelsea-Lee, from Keighley, West Yorkshire, said: "She was really excited when I told her Peppa Pig was outside.
"I could see the disappointment on her face, she just looked at me like 'mum, it's not Peppa Pig'.
"Her face was so funny, it showed how mad she was at me for it not being the actual Peppa Pig."
"When she's disappointed with you, or she doesn't want to speak to you," laughs Chelsea-Lee, "she will do that face.
"Dollie's face is priceless and it was so funny, she's such an outgoing little girl."
Even though Dollie-Leigh's mum has played that particular trick on her more than once, she still falls for it every time, hoping that this time it will be different.
Chelsea-Lee said: "We live across the road from a butcher and he gets pigs delivered weekly, Dollie jumps up at the window and loves looking at them outside.
"When we first moved here I wasn't too keen on that being there, but the more she's looked at it, the more she's not fazed by it – not one bit.
"She loves Peppa Pig, she's got everything that's Peppa Pig and always watches it on the TV.
"I get that it's not to everybody's humour, but I didn't expect it to go as viral as it has.
"We always play little tricks on one another, but she'll definitely fall for that Peppa Pig trick again."
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