Six-year-old has his wobbly gnasher pulled out using a SLEDGE

A six-year-old discovered an usual way to pull out his wobbling tooth – by using a sledge.

Atticus Chandler, from Shaver Lake, California, USA, decided the best way to yank out his wobbly gnasher was to make use of the freezing weather.   

The youngster can be seen with a piece of string tied around his tooth before he lies down on a red sledge.

Atticus Chandler, from Shaver Lake, California, USA, has a piece of string attached to his wobbly tooth

Atticus Chandler, from Shaver Lake, California, USA, has a piece of string attached to his wobbly tooth

Atticus Chandler, from Shaver Lake, California, USA, has a piece of string attached to his wobbly tooth

The lies down on a sledge and is pushed down the snowy slop by his father to try pull the tooth out

The lies down on a sledge and is pushed down the snowy slop by his father to try pull the tooth out

The lies down on a sledge and is pushed down the snowy slop by his father to try pull the tooth out

Father Nick Chandler, 37, then pushes Atticus down the slope as the tooth is pulled clean from his mouth. 

According to Mr Chandler, from Fresno, California, the idea belonged to his son – who had also debated using a ceiling fan or a remote control car.

Since filming the video, shot earlier this month, Nick and his wife, Kyoko, 34, have provided others with a number of laughs when showing them the footage.

Nick said: ‘Everyone was super excited but no-one could believe he was the one who had the idea and was willing to do it.

As he races down the slope, his tooth is pulled clean out of his gums, revealing a gap in the fornt

As he races down the slope, his tooth is pulled clean out of his gums, revealing a gap in the fornt

As he races down the slope, his tooth is pulled clean out of his gums, revealing a gap in the fornt

Father Nick Chandler, 37, his wife, Kyoko, 34, said the idea belonged to his son - who had also debated using a ceiling fan or a remote control car

Father Nick Chandler, 37, his wife, Kyoko, 34, said the idea belonged to his son - who had also debated using a ceiling fan or a remote control car

Father Nick Chandler, 37, his wife, Kyoko, 34, (pictured) said the idea belonged to his son - who had also debated using a ceiling fan or a remote control car

Father Nick Chandler, 37, his wife, Kyoko, 34, (pictured) said the idea belonged to his son - who had also debated using a ceiling fan or a remote control car

Father Nick Chandler, 37, his wife, Kyoko, 34, (right) said the idea belonged to his son – who had also debated using a ceiling fan or a remote control car

‘It was only his second time to the snow and he was having a blast sledding all day.

‘When he woke up the next day he burst in to the kitchen and announced to the whole family, “I have my best idea… and I want to do it today!”‘

His father said Atticus wanted to do the bizarre stunt in order to get a gift from the tooth fairy.  

He said: ‘The tooth fairy always leaves him a small train and a dollar.’ 

Atticus admires his tooth. His father said the youngster wanted to do the bizarre stunt in order to get a gift from the tooth fairy

Atticus admires his tooth. His father said the youngster wanted to do the bizarre stunt in order to get a gift from the tooth fairy

Atticus admires his tooth. His father said the youngster wanted to do the bizarre stunt in order to get a gift from the tooth fairy

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