Louise Hodge, 38, a civil servant from Cumbernauld, had only ever posted one video to TikTok when her family became an overnight viral sensation.
“It just went totally viral, we weren’t expecting it”, she told the Daily Record.
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The mum-of-two revealed she had been on a trip to Ullapool to visit family after receiving shock news that she had been diagnosed with an aneurism.
On the trip, was Louise’s daughters, Nicole, three, Alexis, four, along with her aunt, Yvonne Marsh, and cousin, Terri.
Little did the family know just how memorable the trip would turn out to be.
Cheeky Nicole begged her auntie to go on the slide. (Image: Supplied)
“The kids just kept pushing and pushing for Yvonne to go on the big slide and she kept saying ‘no I’m not doing it’. But they were begging ‘please auntie Yvonne’, so she did it.
In the 19-second clip, Louise can be heard shouting ‘your top’ after youngest daughter Nicole begins to push poor Yvonne down the slide but her vest becomes caught.
The 56-year-old’s top becomes firmly stuck and she is forced to slip out of it in just her bra.
Louise continued: “Nicole was screaming ‘ha, she’s naked’, she’s never seen Yvonne in her bra before. It was hysterical. Every time we watched it I laughed more and more.
“Even when she was at the bottom of the slide, she was asking us to help her up but me and Terri, one of her daughters, were bent over in stitches.”
While the family found the clip hilarious, they never expected it to become such a hit on social media – having now racked up 13,000 views on Facebook alone.
Louise with daughters Nicole and Alexis. (Image: Supplied)
Louise said: “I told Yvonne I was going to put it on Facebook and on TikTok. I’ve never used TikTok before. She was like ‘yeah put it wherever that’s fine’.
“She can’t understand why people would want to watch her getting stuck because she doesn’t really understand the Internet but we’ve been watching it over and over again.
“I haven’t really got a clue when it comes to TikTok either, that’s the funniest part.
“But shortly after posting it just went like wildfire.”
Louise added that after finding herself in the spotlight, Yvonne, who is also a mum-of-two, now insists she always knew she was going to be famous one day.
“I have been joking with people that they can get her autograph”, Louise added.
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