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Woozy Lad Becomes Viral Sensation
6:15am 30th May 2012
(Updated 6:15am 30th May 2012)
Relief turned to laughter for one US family, as their young son came round after an operation.
The film of woozy Matt waking up has gone viral online.
His family filmed it and ended up having to muffle their laughter.
Watch the video here...6:15am 30th May 2012
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