Vile moment thousands of nits swarm on girl’s head ‘after refusing lice check’

A mum who voluntarily combs the nits out of other children's hair has shared shocking footage of a little girl who ended up with an infestation after refusing treatment for eight weeks.

In a gross video, TikTok user Sherrii @nitpickerperth shows thousands of nits wriggling around in the girl's hair.

The lice are of all different sizes and the hair is also coated in eggs, which are shown clearly stuck to the hair shaft as she carefully combs through it.

With each stroke of the comb, dozens are nits are caught in the prongs.

Sherrii holds the critters up the camera for a closer look, and it's fair to say the sight left many viewers feeling nauseated.

In the caption, Sherrii said: "What a crazy few weeks enjoy my latest client sneak peek I have lots of footage to come of this one."

"This infestation is no more than eight weeks old," she explains in the on-screen caption, pointing out the different stages of growth.

The video has been watched more than 5 million times since it was uploaded on February 13 and has been inundated with comments, ranging from disgust to requests for help with similar nit infestations.

One person commented: "At this point, I would just throw the whole child away."

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"They’re not nits they’re lobsters," joked another viewer.

Sounding uncomfortable, someone else wrote: "My hair is all a sudden really itchy."

In a similar vein, another commented: "Ugh I just washed my hair yesterday, I want to do it again."

This comes after doctors warned that head lice can survive on plane seats for two days, making it possible to catch nits while traveling on a flight.

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