Little girl has gnarly wipeout on spinning hoverboard

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Hoverboards have become all the rage among kids and teens, but they can be quite tricky to learn how to ride.

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And one little girl learned first-hand what stunt you shouldn't try when you first get one of the toys.

In a video posted to YouTube a young girl apparently tried to give her sister a tutorial.

"This is one thing you should not do," she said as she demonstrated a spin move.

Then things got a bit out of hand, when she realized she was spinning uncontrollably fast.

"Jamie, I'm serious. I can't stop," she pleaded.

After a few laughs, Jamie tried to help her get off the board but ended up failing miserably.

Seconds later the girl zoomed off camera screaming right before she crashed into a wall.

Well, at least she was finally able to stop ... no thanks to Jamie though.

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LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 29: Jenelle Evans is seen riding on hover board on August 29, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Keith Johnson/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)
The Hendo hovers a few inches above the ground. (Kickstarter)
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A close up view of the hoverboard. (Kickstarter)
The Hendo hovers effortlessly above a copper floor. (Kickstarter)
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The Hendo hoverboard uses technology similar to that in high speed bullet trains like this one in Shenzhen China.
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