The brief kerfuffle as agents scrambled to intercept the pint-sized intruder confirms what most people know: toddlers are sneaky, and fast. This one was promptly returned to his parents.
The little guy didn't get in any trouble -- at least, not with the feds.
And he was unavailable for comment -- to anyone -- for at least a few more months.
"We were going to wait until he learned to talk to question him," Secret Service Agent Edwin Donovan said in a statement, "but in lieu of that he got a timeout and was sent on way with parents."
It turns out that babies - and their stuff - are becoming a security issue in Washington.
The visitor’s center of the U.S. Capitol was closed briefly Friday morning after authorities found an unattended stroller outside. A U.S. Capitol Police spokesman said the stroller was “deemed non-hazardous.”
Victoria St. Martin contributed reporting.