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Little girl in Sweden gets a shock when she pleads with giant ship to blare its horn

  • The little Swedish girl was in for a shock when the boat finally noticed her
  • The noise from the big boat’s air horn was clearly louder than expected
  • She runs away in open-mouthed terror as the noise sounds

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This little girl got more than she bargained for when she tried to get a huge ship to return her calls.

The footage, which appears to have been filmed in Sweden, shows the little blonde girl raise and lower her arm as she shouts ‘toot toot’ at the giant trawler.

After trying several times she appears to have failed to attract the boat’s attention as it pulls into the harbour.

She appears ready to give up as her calls to the boat become quieter and less enthusiastic.

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The little Swedish girl tried several times to attract the attention of a giant ship as it pulled into a harbour

Her cries of 'toot toot' initially went unanswered, and she looked ready to give up Her calls to the boat become quieter and less enthusiastic

Her cries of ‘toot toot’ initially went unanswered, and she looked ready to give up

However, the girl is suddenly in for a shock when the boat finally returns her calls with several blasts of its deafeningly loud air horn.

Clearly taken aback, the open-mouthed girl runs away in terror as she is startled by the noise from ship.

The girl was suddenly in for a shock when the boat finally returned her calls The open-mouthed girl runs away in terror as she is startled by the noise

The girl was suddenly in for a shock when the boat finally returned her calls

As the girl panics the boat continues to blast its ear-splitting horn.

Laughter can be heard in the background, as adults watch the little girl scramble away in fear.

As fog horns on boats are considerably louder than those on trains or trucks, the little girl probably wasn’t expecting the ship’s response to be quite so noisy.

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