Something fishy this way comes! Twin boys, 2, are caught on camera covering the kitchen floor with fish fingers and sugar
- Mum-of-four Gemma Innes, 37, from Measham, Leicestershire, got fishy surprise
- Twin toddlers Archie and Jacob, two, covered kitchen floor with finger fingers
- Also pour sugar all over the floor while their mum wasn’t looking to ‘decorate’
- A hilarious video caught the moment were the twins put their plan into action
This is the hilarious moment a horrified mum caught her mischievous twin toddlers covering her kitchen floor in an unusual pairing – of fish fingers and sugar.
Mum-of-four Gemma Innes, 37, from Measham, Leicestershire, only turned her back for a minute but the playful twins managed to ransack the cupboards and freezer.
Cheeky twins Archie and Jacob, two, wasted no time in decorating the kitchen floor with fish fingers and sugar.
A hilarious video shows the moment that Gemma catches the naughty duo playing with an entire bag of sugar and a box of frozen fish fingers.
Twins Archie, left and Jacob, two, pictured, were caught spreading sugar anf fish fingers on their kitchen floor by their mother Gemma Innes, in Measham, Leicestershire
A desperate Gemma filmed as her two sons played with the fish fingers, telling them they were ‘naughty’
Gemma, who works as a hotel receptionist said: ‘When I turned around and saw they had closed the kitchen door, I knew they were up to no good.
In the video, one of the twins spreads a fish fingers in the sugar, while the other hops around enthusiastically.
A desperate Gemma can be heard pleading: ‘Boys, that’s sugar,’ as she filmed her dynamic duo.
But in spite of their mother’s observation, the two boys don’t stop playing with the fish fingers and sugar.
In the video, Archie and Jacob both spread the sugar over the wooden floor with their fingers after raiding the cupboards
Gemma, pictured, said she spent hours cleaning her kitchen floors after her twins’ naughty antics
In fact, one starts jumping up and down on the fish, while the other barely takes his eyes off the floor.
‘You’re so naughty, aren’t you?’ Gemma asks them as she keeps on filming the pair’s misdeed.
‘My first reaction was shock and horror – followed by confusion, as I thought to myself ‘why would you choose sugar and frozen fish fingers, of everything in the kitchen’?
‘They’d actually had to go into the freezer and pull the fish fingers from the box, then stand on a chair to get the sugar from the counter – they knew exactly what they were doing!’
Archie and Jacob in their pram: The dynamic duo love to pull pranks when their parents aren’t looking
The pair sporting matching outfits during playtime. Gemma said they’ve also emptied a full bin down the toilet on another occasion
She described how her youngest sons operate as a ‘tag team’ to create maximum mischief in her household – and that they even plan their adventures in a secret code language so she never knows what to expect.
The two-year-olds, led by ringleader Jacob, had also recently emptied a full bin down the toilet, and butchered the lawn in the back garden after they attempted to dig it up with toy diggers.
She said: ‘I do my best to keep an eye on them, but they always seem to slip away – and when I hear giggling behind a closed door I know to expect the worst.
Jacob and Archie sporting matching sweaters. Gemma admitted she found her sons’ antics amusing, but hadn’t enjoyed cleaning after them
‘I found it amusing that they’d specifically chosen sugar and fish fingers from everything in the kitchen which felt very random.
‘But I didn’t enjoy it when I was still finding sugar on the floor days later.’
Gemma said she called husband Marc Innes, 36, to tell him what had happened – but hilariously, the firefighter dad was more concerned that there would be no sugar for his cereal tomorrow.
She said: ‘I couldn’t believe it – I spent the whole day hoovering and sweeping, for Marc to then ask if I was going to the shop to buy more sugar!’
Jacob and Archie in matching overalls and shirts. The playful twins take every opportunity to cause mayhem
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