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A little girl with hearing problems told Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas using sign language. The heartwarming scene was captured by an onlooker at Middlesbrough's Cleveland Centre on November 5 and was posted to YouTube. It has since attracted over 156,600 views.
In the short video, the girl's mum is then heard telling Santa: 'Sorry, she can't talk very well.'
The kind Kris Kringle then asks if she uses sign language to which her mother replies: 'Yeah, she does animals and things like that.' Saint Nick then taps the adorable girl's arm to get her attention before using hand signals to ask her what she wants for Christmas. In what appeared to be a scene straight out of the tear-jerking movie Miracle on 34th Street, Santa and his excited little pal are then seen conversing in sign language.
The animated youngster's eyes light up and she beams as she tells Santa that she hopes to find a scooter underneath her Christmas tree.
Within hours of the video being posted online, thousands of people had watched it - and almost all were completely enchanted with the inspiring scene.