MICHIGAN - Young children and a 5-pound bag of flour do not mix -- especially outside of the kitchen.
According to ABC News , Mary Napoli was grocery shopping and when she returned home she didn’t feel well and needed to use the bathroom.
That allowed the Michigan mother's 3-year-old and 1-year-old sons to get their hands on a five-pound bag of flour. Simply put, the flour did not remain in the bag.
Mary can be heard in the video cringing “I think I’m going to throw up” after seeing the mess her children made.
The flour ended up on the floor, couch, lampshades, rug, chairs, pictures and her kids.
The boys did not seem to know what they did wrong. One asked, “What’s the matter mommy?”
“You emptied the whole thing,” Mary replied.
Many people are questioning if the video is real or if the bag was “left out” for the children to “encounter.”
Yes, two kids could definitely make certain a bag of flour ended up everywhere, but could they make such a mess before their mother returned from the restroom?
The description of the video offers a clue it might be true: “Don't believe me? Hand a full bag to a 3 year old and see what happens.”
Most people wouldn’t take that risk. Watch the video below and let us know what you think.
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