'Evil Twin' Throws Bottle at Sleeping Baby Sister in Hilarious Viral Video

The trope of an "evil twin" is a common joke, but the baby's actions in this viral video may just make you believe it's true.

Connecticut-based mom Cami Boehme runs an account on TikTok called Boehmetwins covering the shenanigans of her twin children, Jack and Ivy.

She shared a video on July 31 which has since gone viral on the app, showing how her baby son Jack threw a bottle at his sister in the middle of the night.

In the clip—which begins with text reading: "A rude awakening"—a nighttime camera captures footage of the two twins lying in their cots, which are situated next to one another.

We can then see Jack, under the cover of darkness standing up and waddling to the end of his cot, before launching his bottle at his sleeping sister's head.

Ivy then clutches her head, and stirs awake in shock, prompting Jack to lie back down, pretending that he was not the perpetrator.

Boehme captioned the post, writing: "When you wake up with a headache and don't know why ... #boygirltwins #twinbabies #bgtwins #naptime."

The hilarious video, which can be watched here, has gone viral online, having been viewed a whopping 37.8 million times and garnered 5 million likes.

Many people rushed to the comments section to share their thoughts on the amusing footage.

One TikTok user, Sad.b!tchwtheAK, wrote: "Why in the hell did he literally wake up just to throw the bottle at her head I'm really curious why he did that for no reason at all."

Another person, Sarah Michelle, added: "[Laughing-face emoji] The way the baby laid back down - 'wasn't me' [laughing-face emoji."

Ami Addison typed: "And lays back down so fast. "Don't be suspicious, don't be suspicious"..."

Tik Toker stated: "That baby took 'woke up and chose violence' too literally."

Darcy Shore revealed: "At first I thought the baby was going to climb the crib and lay next to the other one. But bam straight bottle."

Dahmo's Way of Life commented: "That's the evil twin everyone said to watch out for."

Adelin asked: "Why did that seem like it was planned? He definitely did that on purpose."

To this, Boehme responded: "Lol! Totally! It was too perfect to be an accident, right? Like he was planning it all night long," alongside a string of laughing-face emojis.

In other news, a mother on TikTok recently went viral for sharing her hack to keep her toddler sleeping in their bed.

It involves a large toy monkey, a wig, a pillow and a blanket—but some online deemed it a frightening solution!

Newsweek has contacted Boehme for comment.

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A stock image of twin babies. On TikTok one baby threw a bottle at his twin sister while she was sleeping. Getty Images

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