US toddler orders nearly R 30 000 worth of furniture from mom's phone

US toddler orders nearly R 30 000 worth of furniture from mom's phone

2022-01-26 01:04:00 PM

US toddler orders nearly R 30 000 worth of furniture from mom's phone

The toddler's mom told CNN she had placed more than a dozen chairs in her Walmart shopping cart but hadn't bought them yet.

LEREXIS/Getty ImagesA toddler spent almost R 30 000 on furniture when he was playing on his mom's phone, per CNN.The mom told CNN she put some chairs in her Walmart shopping cart but hadn't bought them yet.The parents didn't realize their son had made the purchases until boxes were dropped at their door.

For more stories visitA toddler from New Jersey spent nearly $ 2 000 (R 30 000) on furniture from Walmart after playing on his mom's phone.Pramod Kumar and his wife, Madhu, toldthey were confused when they started receiving large boxes at their front door.

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LEREXIS/Getty Images LEREXIS/Getty Images A toddler spent almost R 30 000 on furniture when he was playing on his mom's phone, per CNN. The mom told CNN she put some chairs in her Walmart shopping cart but hadn't bought them yet. The parents didn't realize their son had made the purchases until boxes were dropped at their door. For more stories visit A toddler from New Jersey spent nearly $ 2 000 (R 30 000) on furniture from Walmart after playing on his mom's phone. Pramod Kumar and his wife, Madhu, told they were confused when they started receiving large boxes at their front door. "My wife was thinking I did it, but I was thinking she did it," Pramod told CNN. Madhu told CNN she had placed more than a dozen chairs in her Walmart cart with the intention to choose a few of them later on. When her 22-month-old son, Ayaansh, was playing on her phone, he ordered the whole lot totalling $1,786.99, Madhu told CNN. The parents had no idea about the purchases until boxes containing furniture started arriving at their front door, they told CNN. Madhu said in the interview that the customer service helper found the situation funny and Walmart is willing to help the family to return the unopened boxes. "We are thinking to keep a few items as a memory," Pramod told CNN. Ayaansh's parents told CNN that they have taken their debit card off their Walmart account so their son can't accidentally spend any more money. Walmart didn't immediately respond to Insider's request for comment made outside of US operating hours. Get the best of our site