Baby needs a new pair of shoes — and he’s willing to pay for it.
New Jersey toddler Aayansh Kumar used his mother’s phone to shop online, spending nearly $2,000 on goods. The 22-month-old was playing on his mother’s phone when he started shopping at Walmart, during which the toddler ended up ordering $1,786.99 worth of furniture, Madhu Kumar and his son said. husband, Pramod. CNN.
“My wife thought I did, and I thought she did,” Pramod Kumar told the outlet.
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The toddler’s parents said they were confused when boxes from Walmart started appearing in their home. Pramod Kumar said delivery drivers showed up and “just dropped, so one box came, two boxes came”.
“The customer service person, she was laughing so much,” Madhu Kumar said.
She said she placed about a dozen pieces of furniture in her shopping cart in her Walmart app with the intention of revisiting the items later.
Walmart said it was willing to work with the Kumars as they seek to return a large portion of the unopened boxes, according to the outlet.
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Aayansh Kumar’s parents have since removed their payment details from the app, but plan to save a few items as a souvenir from their son’s shopping spree.
the Washington Examiner contacted Walmart for a statement but did not receive a response.