Noah, a four-year-old from New York, loves SpongeBob. A lot.
In fact, he loves the absorbent and yellow and porous cartoon character so much that he decided to pop on Amazon for a spot of retail therapy.
Little did his mother know that he had purchased 51 cases of SpongeBob ice lollies – 918 of them to be exact – racking up a bill of $2,618.85 (£1,872).
The bulk order of popsicles was duly delivered to his auntie’s house.
Amazon initially told Noah’s mother, Jennifer Bryant, that they wouldn’t take back the ice lollies – leaving the social work student stuck with the bill.
The retail giant has since been in contact to find a solution – and thankfully, the SpongeBob saga has a happy ending.
A fundraiser that was set up to help Ms Bryant pay for the ice lollies has now raised more than $14,000 (£10,000), with contributions flowing in from across the US.
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Noah is on the autism spectrum, and his family say that (once the bill has been paid) all remaining funds will go towards his education.
Ms Bryant wrote on the GoFundMe page: “Thank you SO much for your mind-blowing generosity and support.”