The family of a five-year-old boy who spent £1,700 of his parents' cash on iTunes has received a full refund.
Danny Kitchen, from Bristol, was using the family's iPad when father Greg put in a pass code, believing his son was downloading a free game.
The next day the Kitchens received emails which itemised successive £69.99 purchases, but they were believed to be sent in error and dismissed.
Sharon Kitchen said Apple had been "fantastic" in helping with the refund.
They got away with that one, probably due to the publicity
What the heck costs £69.99 on itunes though?