TWO kids make a real-life Squid Game look like child’s play as they walk off smiling.
Hundreds played Statues — also known as Red Light, Green Light — where contestants are “out” if seen moving by the game judge.
But unlike the hit Korean drama on Netflix where losing participants are brutally shot dead, the Dutch kids in Rotterdam were sent away with milk and cookies.
And the winner picked up a green tracksuit just like the contestants.
Hundreds took part in a huge real life game of ‘red light-green light’ from Netflix smash Squid Game – including kids.
But unlike the Korean horror show no one was shot when they lost at the event in Rotterdam and given cookies and milk instead.
This version of Squid Game known as Annemaria Koekoek in Dutch was marshalled by the pink tracksuited guides and the large iconic doll from the series.
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