Firefighters in Cornwall, England rescued a 14-month-old from a car he had locked himself inside of on Friday.
The best part? The toddler looks delighted by the entire situation.
Kirsty Green, 27, left her son Brandon in the backseat of her car to load her recently purchased groceries into the trunk, per Metro. However, she accidentally left her car keys in the trunk along with the groceries.
Before she could get into her car to pop the trunk and retrieve her keys, Brandon activated the car’s central locking system, shutting himself in.
Green began to panic, and staff from the grocery store called for rescue.
A crew from Bude Community Fire Station soon showed up and attempted to free the toddler from the car using hand tools. But when a crew member noticed a two-pence coin in Brandon’s mouth, they decided to take quicker action, per the Independent.
Firefighters smashed a rear window, climbed through and returned the boy to his mother, uninjured.
Despite the stressful ordeal, Green seems to have taken a cue from her son and has a good sense of humor about the whole thing.
“Thank you to the amazing guys who rescued my cheeky monkey after locking himself in the car today at Bude Lidl!!” Green wrote on Facebook. “He was clearly traumatised by the whole ordeal.”