This case takes place in New York and involves a child who was shopping at a big box retail store with his mother. The child picked up a large bottle of cleaning solution off the shelf and began to play with it . The bottle did not contain appropriate or conspicuous warnings of any hazard on the label for handling the bottle, and it’s contents began to leak from the cap due to defective design. One employee of the store was present and complained of the smell, but did nothing to stop the child from playing with the bottle nor investigate the cause of the odor. The child’s mother was unaware of the leakage until she reached the cashier, at which point the cashier and another customer identified the spill due to the odor. The child ultimately suffered second degree burns to his skin.