A MUM was left in “absolute stitches” after Siri gave her son an X-rated response when he asked for photos of Tesco.
Seany McEwan asked the Apple virtual assistant to show him some pictures of the supermarket ahead of a trip with dad Andy, 38.
The five-year-old, who lives with his family in Scotland, wanted to buy a magazine with his pocket money.
But mum Nicole, 35, recorded the moment the app misunderstood the youngster’s innocent request.
Instead of bringing up photos of Tesco, it showed him graphic photos of testicles.
Nicole told the Daily Record she “bounced out of bed” to get the iPad back.
However, she quickly realised Seany had no idea what Siri had shown him – and decided to share the moment with friends and family.
She told the publication: “Seany was going to Tesco with his dad to get a magazine with his money.
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“Any time he goes anywhere he always wants to see a picture of where he is going and that’s why he asked Siri to show him pictures of Tesco.”
Siri’s hilarious gaffe happened when the schoolboy mispronounced the word ‘Tesco’.
Nicole: “He has said it that way since he was two and I’ve always thought it was cute.
“I had never heard it sounding like ‘testicles’ until Siri said it.”
In the funny clip, shared on social media, Seany says: “Siri show me a picture of Tesco”. The app replies: “Here are some images of testicles from the web.”
Dad Andy takes the iPad and asks it to show a picture of Tesco – which it correctly does.
However, little Seany is then given another go, resulting in yet more explicit photos.
Nicole shared the hilarious exchange in a short clip on her Facebook page.
Hundreds commented on the post, with one writing: “I’m actually crying with laughter.”
Another added: “Please warn his teachers before Andy gets the jail for taking him to Tesco.”
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