Police warn parents children are re-enacting Huggy Wuggy videos of a killer bear in playground

Police have warned parents about children watching Huggy Wuggy videos
Police have warned parents about children watching Huggy Wuggy videos

Children as young as five are watching videos of the razor-toothed character which invites people to "lean in for a spine-breaking embrace"

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Police have issued fresh warnings about the impact of children watching inappropriate videos after school kids as young as five have been left terrified by a video game of a killer teddy, called 'Huggy Wuggy'.

Police have alerted parents that children are recreating scenes from the puzzle game which features the razor-toothed character singing "I could hug you here forever, til you breathe your last breath together."

A Dorset Police spokesman said: "The blue bear-like character has long arms and rows of razor sharp teeth.

Videos of the game are available to watch on YouTube
Videos of the game are available to watch on YouTube

"Set in an abandoned toy factory Huggy is a villain in the game who stalks the players from vents are unreachable places. Videos of the game are available to watch on YouTube, with other clips dedicated to Huggy in songs.

"One song includes the lyrics 'I could hug you here forever, till you breathe your last breath together."

Chris Conroy, cyber protect officer for Dorset Police told the Sun: "There are videos people have made, songs people have made, and it's popping up all over YouTube and Tik Tok using this quite graphic imagery of this bear-like character with razor sharp teeth. It's based around jump scares and things you certainly wouldn't want children exposed to."

Huggy Wuggy tells viewers "my teeth sharp and ready, in my grasp, yeah they're deadly" and invites people to "lean in for a spine-breaking embrace."

Children have repeated the lyrics in school playgrounds after watching the disturbing content which contains no age rating in Youtube and Roblox.