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CUTE VIDEO: Upstate girl gets caught with doughnut

A video of the 3-year-old getting caught with a doughnut is going viral. (Source: YouTube) A video of the 3-year-old getting caught with a doughnut is going viral. (Source: YouTube)
PIEDMONT, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A video of a 3-year-old Piedmont girl getting caught red handed is getting some attention online.

Shericca Sims posted the video of her daughter Tiffany on her YouTube channel with the description, "My daughter was caught red handed eating a Krispy Kreme doughnut. Even though I told her she would have to wait until after lunch to get one. She swears everyone else did it, except her!!!"

In the video, Shericca catches Tiffany with a piece of a doughnut by her side, when she wasn't supposed to have it. 

"What is that right there?," the mother asks.

"A doughnut," Tiffany replied while attempting to hide it under her hand. 

Even after getting caught with more of the doughnut hidden under her hat, Tiffany continues her adorable charade.

On Tuesday night, the video had almost 2,000 views after it was picked up by Yahoo.com and featured on their website. Sims said she is shocked the video's received so much attention. She said they posted it on YouTube for family to see.

Watch the video below or here.

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