I can relate to this kid in so many ways. When I was 6-years-old a couple of my friends were going to ride their bikes to the store by my house. My Mom was outside doing yard work so I asked if I could go to the store, and she said "Yes." So, I went in the house and dug in her purse and got $1, and went with my friends to the store. I got a ton of candy, a goldfish, and even more candy for only $1... Or so I thought. It turns out my Mom was pissed that I went into her purse, and I didn't grab $1. I grabbed $20. I was 6-years-old, I didn't know the difference I thought all money was the same and green. By the way, I got to keep the goldfish.
I went on my candy run on a bike, but this 4-year-old Blaine boy named Sebastian went on a candy run by himself using his Grandpa's SUV, according to City Pages. Sebastian says that he took the keys by using his grandpa's walker. He got into Hyndai Santa Fe, drove a mile and a half to the speedway, looked like a drunk driver zig-zagging through neighborhoods, made it to the gas station, and got his Reese's Cups! According to Fox 9, Captain Mark Boerboom of Blaine says, "this isn’t a case of neglect or questionable childcare. Sebastian is just a “funny little kid” who “knew a little too much.”