BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A little boy in Brooklyn must really love his SpongeBob SquarePants popsicles.
The 4-year-old somehow got on his mother’s Amazon account and bought some of the character pops.
But he didn’t order just one or two boxes.
He bought 51 cases of the cool treats costing his mother, Jennifer Bryant, who is a social work student at New York University, a whopping $2,618.85, WCBS reported.
Amazon said they can’t take the popsicles back so, now Noah’s mother has to pay the bill.
A GoFundMe was set up by a friend of the family to help offset the cost of the order.
Noah’s shopping spree was also shared on Instagram along with him enjoying one of the popsicles.
Originally the goal was set at $2,619 but generous donors blew past that, and as of Thursday morning had donated $5,730, with one donor giving the family $1,000.
Noah’s mother gave an update on the fundraiser’s site saying that they raised the money to cover the bill in 24 hours.
As for the extra money:
“As a parent to a child living with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), all additional donations will go towards Noah’s Education and additional supports,” Bryant wrote.
Cox Media Group