A 22-month-old toddler accidentally ordered nearly $2,000 worth of items from Walmart.
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Playing with his mother’s smart phone, young Ayaansh Kumar managed to complete the transaction for $1786.99.
The Kumar family just moved into a new home in New Jersey, according to CNN.
The mother, Madhu Kumar, had added several items she liked to her basket and was planning to remove those she was not going to buy.
But his son foiled his plans by completing the transaction with all the items in the basket.
The parents only realized the purchase when they started receiving the boxes at home, CNN reports.
After a call to Walmart customer service, and a giggle from the representative on the phone, the company reimbursed the parents.
The latter learned the lesson and removed their cards stored in their phones. They also added passwords to make it more difficult for their child.