That's 3-year old James Manges II in there. His mother claims he threw a juice box on the floor after she didn't give him money for the machine. She said in the time it took for her to pickup the box, he was already in the machine.
Really? Did she pickup the box in slow motion? Did the child throw the box 100 yards down the aisle? Perhaps she's trying to save face and not readily admit she had her eye off the child for too long, but no matter, her kid is in the vending machine!
While waiting for help, she got a disposable camera, as did other shoppers to record the moment. She did this before learning Wal-Mart didn't have a key. Only then did she, with camera in-hand, get angry about the situation. This I find funny.
Who needs to worry about how the child will get out in the first place, when you make it a priority to have a picture of it? The kid was not in any serious trouble so everything turned out well. Next time she needs to take less time picking up his juice box.