In the fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood, a girl with a red coat and hat, took little food at a basket and went to her grandmother in the forest. The bad wolf met her and tried to late her pointing to a meadow with flowers to go to the grandmother, so first the wolf went to her grandmother, but why he wanted to eat her by the terrible famine of not chew and so she did not die. Then the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood trap disguised as her grandmother, Little Red Riding Hood arrived and ate hert. But at the end, a hunter killed the wolf and Little Red Riding Hood brought her grandmother from his belly and he saved the girl and the grandmother.
According to the version of the fairy tale by Charles Pero, this is accomplished when the wolf eat Little Red Riding Hood and has no happy ending. Also added to the moral that new and pretty girls should not talk to strangers to avoid malicious people.
Also in the original version of Little Red Riding Hood by the Brothers Grimm, Little Red Riding Hood meets the wolf and the second a kind of postscript storyteller. The second time it avoids the pitfalls as it recognizes that the wolf tries to trick and does not listen to his exhortations.