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Cars fan horrified after rewatching film and spotting VERY rude moment that went over their head as a child

A CARS fan has been left horrified after rewatching the film and spotting a VERY rude moment that went over their head as a child.

The 2006 Disney Pixar movie follows race car Lightning McQueen as he finds himself in run down town Radiator Springs.

He slowly befriends the town's residents, who start to change his priorities when it comes to racing in the Championships against his rivals.

The film, which features a voice cast including Owen Wilson, Michael Keaton and Paul Newman and is available on Disney+, was a huge hit among kids and spawned a number of sequels and array of merchandise.

But fans have now rewatched it as an adult and realised there were some rude references which went over their head as a child.

One scene saw Lightning meet two fan girl cars, Mia and Tia, who were beyond excited to see him.

After introducing themselves, the pair flashed their lights at him – the animated equivalent of lifting their tops – before being moved away by security as they cried out "We love you Lightning!"

Fans were taken aback as they saw the scene through their adult eyes, with one writing on YouTube: "I finally realized what they were doing after all these years."

Another added: "Now i know why my dad laughed so hard at this scene when i was a kid."

A third posted: "This joke always went straight over my head as a kid, now that I understand it, I both groan and laugh my a** off."

Meanwhile a fellow fan of the movie wrote: "Watching this scene a few times I realized what they were meant to be doing and what it would look like if they were teenage girls… Childhood ruined…"

Cars was such a hit that a sequel was released in 2011, followed by a third movie in 2017.

There were also two spin-off movies, Planes and Planes: Fire and Rescue in 2013 and 2014 respectively.

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