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It was meant to be a cute clip of a toddler playing with his family's new gadget and listening to nursery rhymes - but it went seriously wrong.

A toddler's parents panicked when their new device started spouting pornographic phrases to their little boy as they frantically tried to make it stop. In the hilarious video, the little boy asks the voice service, Alexa, on his family's new Amazon's Echo Dot gadget to "play 'Digger Digger'".  When his mum prompts him to request Wheels on the Bus, he doesn't even get a chance to speak before Alexa starts spouting crude words back at him.

She says: "You want to hear a station for 'Porn detected.... Porno ringtone hot chick amateur girl calling sexy f*** c*** sh** sex c**k pu**y anal dildo'"

Realizing what's happening as it unfolds, his parents frantically shout: "No! No! Alexa, stop!" as their unsuspecting child looks up at them, confused and worried.  Needless to say, they quickly turned the camera off - but not before having a little chuckle.

Some people speculated that Alexa might have remembered a previous command given to it or was repeating the internet history.

In reality, she appears to have been reading out the name of a spoof ringtone for Android phones on Spotify entitled: "Porn Detected! (Porno Ringtone Hot Chick Amateur Girl Calling Sexy F*** C*** Sh** Sex C**k Pu**y Anal Dildo."

So that explains what Alexa was saying, but it's still not known why exactly she did it.  After they had got over the shock and Alexa had quietened down, luckily the family saw the funny side and even the young boy's Dad can't help but burst out laughing at the end of the clip.

They uploaded the video to YouTube, where it has receive over 3 million views in just two days.

One YouTuber commented that the child won't even remember anything he had heard.

He wrote: "What's the fuss about? The kid probably won't understand or remember any of the words..."

A spokesperson for Amazon told Daily Mail Online that the company has contacted the family to apologize.  She said: "This issue has been fixed, and we are working to build additional restrictions to prevent this from happening in the future."

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