WASHINGTON, DC - A toddler squeezed his way through the fence of the White House late Thursday night. Secret Service agents quickly responded to the intrusion and handled the incident without any resistance from the intruder. Crying was heard by bystanders, but it was unclear if the crying originated with the toddler or the arresting agent.
The boy was passing through the slats in the gate when he was discovered, and Secret Service spokesman Ben Dover said the child was handcuffed, hooded and taken to an undisclosed location.
Dover stated that agents were going to wait until he learned how to talk to question him about the incident.
The boy was just waterboarded, changed, fed and returned to his parents.