Offbeat Video

By Katy Gill 


This super cute five-year-old didn’t pull any punches when she called her daddy to tell him he was on Santa’s naughty list.

Adorable Olivia Parker was less than impressed when she discovered her dad, Neil, had meddled with Chip, the family’s Elf on the Shelf.

The sassy youngster was convinced her dad had caused Chip to lose his ‘Christmas magic’ and wouldn’t be able to fly back to the North Pole after he was caught moving Chip out of the way earlier that day.

Pic by Rachel Parker / Caters News

Olivia was so upset she decided to call her dad, who was downstairs, to tell him he would be on the naughty list.

Mum, Rachel, filmed the adorable conversation from their home in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The 39-year-old said: “Chip, our elf, showed up on the kitchen table one morning.

“The rule is that you can’t touch the elf or he’ll lose his Christmas magic.

“When daddy came in to have some lunch and realized Chip was in the way, he decided to pick him out of the way. He wasn’t even thinking he’d done anything wrong.

Pic by Rachel Parker / Caters News

“When the girls got home later that day and saw what had been done, they were very upset.

“Olivia was particularly worried that Chip wouldn’t be able to fly back to the North Pole that evening and it was all her father’s fault.

“I tried to reassure her that Chip appeared to look fine and it was only a quick move from the table to the shelf, but she wouldn’t give up.

Pic by Rachel Parker / Caters News

“That is when she began to worry that Daddy wasn’t going to get any presents from Santa because moving the elf probably meant you would go on the naughty list.

“When Olivia realized her Dad was working down in his office she decided she needed to have a talk with him.

“My other daughter, Tiawna, was always asking me to take videos of them, so I thought I would take this opportunity to video Olivia putting her father in his place.

“We dialled his number and the rest is in the video. Although she started off stern, Olivia was very forgiving in the end.