A doctor conducting an x-ray found that a child in Saudi Arabia swallowed a SpongeBob SquarePants toy.
The child, a 16-month-old boy, was brought in to the hospital because he was believed to have swallowed 'something.'
Sure enough, he had swallowed a toy pendant that belongs to his older sister.
"I thought it is just a pin," Dr. Ghofran Ageely told ABC News. "But when I opened the frontal view I was shocked to see SpongeBob looking at me with a big smile. Its angle and rotation are just perfect."
Thankfully the toy was safely removed and the little boy is okay.
Children ages 1-3 are most at risk for choking or swallowing small objects - sometimes the effects can be deadly.
So parents are reminded to keep an eye out for choking hazards such as toys, household items and food.
SpongeBob SquarePants toy found in child's x-ray