New Jersey toddler went on a shopping spree using his mom’s phone, spending close to $1,800

1/25/2022 9:12:00 PM

The 22-month-old boy accidentally ordered items from Walmart.

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New Jersey toddler went on a shopping spree using his mom’s phone, spending close to $1,800

The 22-month-old boy accidentally ordered items from Walmart .

According to areport by WNBC, Madhu Kumar had shopped Walmart online for furniture for the family’s new home, but she hadn’t yet placed an order. When large packages began to steadily arrive at the New Jersey family’s home last week, a bewildered Madhu asked her husband and two older children which one had placed the order.

It turns out that neither her husband nor her two older children had placed the order, rather 22-month-old Ayaansh was the culprit. Accent chairs, flower stands, and other household items that his mother had been looking at steadily began to arrive at their new home in Monmouth Junction.

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According to a report by WNBC , Madhu Kumar had shopped Walmart online for furniture for the family’s new home, but she hadn’t yet placed an order. When large packages began to steadily arrive at the New Jersey family’s home last week, a bewildered Madhu asked her husband and two older children which one had placed the order. (CBS) — New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will be joined by state health officials for an update on the status of COVID in the Garden State. It turns out that neither her husband nor her two older children had placed the order, rather 22-month-old Ayaansh was the culprit.m. Accent chairs, flower stands, and other household items that his mother had been looking at steadily began to arrive at their new home in Monmouth Junction. Ed Lifshitz will also be present. “We saw this guy, phone in hand – Oh no. It etched images of New Jersey suburbia and locales into the memories of millions of viewers world-wide.

” says father Pramod Kumar, according to .m. MORE LOCAL HEADLINES. “We called, ‘Can you please cancel?’ They said no, it’s already delivered.” Madhu, who said she’s a frequent shopper, already had her payment information loaded onto her phone. What : New Jersey Gov. “He just went to the cart and whatever was there, boom, he just clicked and all payments just went through,” Pramod added . Apparently, the youngest Kumar has been paying close attention to his family’s activities since he was born in April 2020. When. For example, in locations like Trenton where car ownership per household is minimal (zero or one), commuting to well-paying jobs (for example to an Amazon warehouse 15 miles away in Robbinsville which pays $21/hour) would take 2-3 transfers via public transport and consume an average of 90 minutes each way.

During that time he’s observed his “two older siblings and his parents work, go to school and shop online all from home,” using devices to make those connections, .