A child has a lot of money, and parents are left scratching their heads wondering where it’s going.
The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reports that a child’s rocking chair was purchased for a child, and it’s not clear whether the child is the one who needs the chair or someone else.
According to the article, the family is seeking help from an online forum to raise funds for the purchase.
“It seems that the child’s chair was bought by a person with a very strong interest in bicycles, who decided that it would be a good idea to use it for the child to ride on the day he or she went to a local bike shop,” Haaretz wrote.
“However, this person has a history of not keeping a proper record and a poor financial situation, and his or her parents have no money to spend.”
The chair has not been repaired and has been returned to the seller.
According the article: “The chair is the result of an accident that occurred when the child was just two months old, in which the child fell down on the chair.
This was due to a problem with the chair, which had been in storage for over three months, and is now not in working order.”
The child’s mother, Yael, told Haaretz that she was worried about the chair’s condition, but hoped it would get repaired before her child went to school on Monday.
“I know that it was the chair that got damaged, and that the problem can be solved by putting it in the workshop and repairing it,” she said.
“But I still want my daughter to be able to ride in the car.”