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Parents Shocked to Find Kid’s Lightning McQueen Car Sings a Very NSFW Song

You probably don't want your child hearing this.

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One Disney song might not be so innocent after all. In a video shared by YouTube channel Boo Tube on Monday, a Lightning McQueen toy from the animated kids’ movie Cars sings a very inappropriate lyric.

“Listen carefully to the 2nd song,” the intro slide reads. The video then shows the user turning on the talking car by pressing a button on the steering wheel, at which point the toy begins singing and lighting up. At one point during the catchy tune, Lightning McQueen says, “Sticking a finger in my butt.”

As Boo Tube captioned the two-minute clip, which already has over 2,000 views, “How does this happen?”

But it’s not the first time that a Disney toy has been involved in such a scandal. The same song also occurred in a Mickey toy, according to a viral Facebook post last April.

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Parents found last year’s situation equally hilarious and horrifying. “What in the what???!!!!!! This is just creepy,” writes one user. Another laughs, “This is the best thing I have ever heard!!!!”

However, mom Lasca Mrozovich clarified, “This is not an official Disney toy. This is a knock off from another country.” She said that she and husband Thomas had bought it in the mall and that it was manufactured somewhere in the Middle East.