The heart wants what it wants and sometimes that is candy.

A four-year-old boy in Blaine, Minnesota hopped in his great-grandfather's car and drove to a store just so he could get some.

Fox 9 News out of Minneapolis covered the story and according to their report, the boy was able to sneak out of the house and into the car when no one was watching. The story says he used his great-grandpa's walker to grab the keys for the car, which were located on a hook on the wall.

From there, according to the story, he hopped in and started the vehicle. Despite being small, he was able to stretch his body while en route so he could maneuver his eyes over the steering wheel.

The craziest part of the whole story may be the fact that this all happened during morning rush hour, around 8:30 Tuesday morning (June 12th).

Police were waiting for the boy when he arrived at his final destination. En route to get some candy he dinged a tree, hit a few mailboxes and ripped off a part of the bumper.

Oops. Thankfully nobody was hurt but I am guessing the family will be hiding the car keys from this day forward.