The highly-anticipated remake of Stephen King's It has finally hit cinema screens today, and before you know it the streets of the UK will almost certainly be flooded with idiots in clown costumes trying to put the shits up everyone.
Meanwhile, in Canada, they don't need dickheads in costumes because it looks like they've got the real deal.
One mum recorded her little girl Sahtaysha casually stopping while out for a walk, crouching down and starting to talk to 'the guys in the drain'. But when mum Joy had a look, she couldn't see anything down there. Yeah, fuck that.
I mean, I'm not saying a supernatural being with murder on its mind is down there. I'm just saying, why risk it?
Joy Zylstra, from Alberta, Canada was out for a walk with her daughter when the two-year-old suddenly decided to strike up a conversation with a drain-dweller. She even asked Sahtaysha if she was, indeed, talking to It and the little girl casually replied, 'Yeah'.
Fighting her own phobia of clowns, Joy said: "We were taking the dog for a walk when she stopped, bent down and started talking to the drains.
"She said: 'Hi guys!' down to the sewer and it immediately reminded me of Pennywise and the Stephen King movie It.
"She kept on asking me if she could go down there and see them, but she wasn't allowed to.
"Once she had got up, I had a look down the drain and no one was in there, not even workers. Just rubbish and water.
"We then left the sewer, but on the way to my husband's Grandma's house she stopped again at the next drain.
"I'm a big Stephen King fan, but that was too creepy for me!"
Yeah, I'm with Joy on this one.Featured Image Credit: Caters