Kid Buys Pokémon Toys with Sleeping Mom’s Fingerprint

A child from Arkansas reportedly spent $250 USD on Pokémon plush toy presents while her mother was sleeping. The little rascal used her mom’s fingerprint to make the Amazon payments, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Six-year-old Ashlynd reportedly bought 13 Pokémon Gifts, and assured her parents that her shopping was not a hack, and that Amazon had gotten their address correct. Bethany Howell, Ashlynd’s mother, was able to return four of the Pokémon Gifts, but the other nine were for some reason unreturnable.

Christmas has already passed, but if you’re a parent, be sure to keep an eye out for little Meowths looking for coins.