As December rolls around, fear of being put on Santa’s ‘naughty list’ is normally enough to ensure that children are on their absolute best behaviour.

But if your little ones like to push the boundaries, Wilko might have a cheap solution for this.

That’s because the high street store are currently selling Christmas Kids Santa Cam Baubles.

Priced at £2 each, the tree decoration is designed to look like a mini video camera and even has a red flashing light on top, to make it look like it’s recording and sending the footage straight to Father Christmas at the North Pole.

The product description at reads: “Kids are sure to behave with our Santa Cam Bauble.

It’s sold in Wilkos

“The tree decoration is fashioned into a ‘camcorder’ and features a flashing red light (with on/off switch) to simulate that it is recording.

“The tree decoration comes with a ribbon tie for hanging.”

It adds that the product requires three LR44 size batteries, but these are included with it.

Wilko adds: “It’s part of our The Night Before Christmas range; a festive story that focuses around the activities at the North Pole on Christmas Eve.

Customers have been giving the bauble rave reviews

“This is a decoration not a toy. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years. Small parts. Choking hazard. Always read label.”

The bauble has been a big hit with shoppers so far, garnering a number of five star reviews.

One customer wrote: “Brilliant idea the grandkids loved them, Santa keeping his beady eye on them with the flashing light works great.”

Another said: “I bought these because they looked lovely and thought they might do the job of keeping and eye on the little ones who think they can take bits off the tree and make them be good so Santa can bring them presents.

“I did not realise they had a red flashing light on that makes them even more realistic. Great fun.”

You can purchase the Santa Cam bauble online or in store.

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