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A mischievous three-year-old boy in the uk really wanted a teddy bear so badly that he climbed inside an arcade claw machine to grab, and got caught, according to a new report.

Natalie Draper, 37, brought her son Noah to an indoor play centre in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, on Wednesday, The Sun reported.

The to never asked his mother for the stuffed animal — but he apparently had set his mind on it, ” she said.

A mother-of-three, was left in hysterics after finding her son, Noah, picture, had climbed into a toy arcade machine, in the hope of thieves, a teddy bear.
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“I had taken of his brother, Joel, to the toilet and let Noah play with his friend a matter of minutes,” Draper told the outlet. “But when I came back, a lady grabbed me and asked me if that was my child’ — to which I replied ‘where?'”

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“As soon as she said,” the machine ” I rushed upstairs to take a look and could see Noah had climbed up the crane and got herself stuck!”

The machine was operated by a third party, so that the arcade is not the keys, according to the report. In a 10-minute ordeal, the employees eventually broke three padlocks and saved the sneaky toddler.

His mother described it as the “most terrifying 10 minutes” of her life.

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Miraculously, Noah was not injured, the report said.

“Now that I know he is safe and unharmed, I can’t stop laughing at what happened,” his mother told the outlet. “But he came out completely unscathed, happy, and an ‘Out of Order’ sign placed on the machine.”

“All he wanted was a teddy bear,” she added. “If he had asked me for the money, I would be one for him. He didn’t need to go to such extreme lengths!”

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This story was originally published by the New York Post.

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