The Galaxy Note 7 recall is in full effect, with airlines banning the phone around the world and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warning people to power off their devices immediately. Unfortunately, some people haven’t stopped using the Galaxy Note 7, and devices are still catching fire on a semi-regular basis.

The latest reported incident took place in Brooklyn, NY, over the weekend when the Galaxy Note 7 exploded in the hands of a six-year-old boy. The child was rushed to the hospital and treated for burns. He’s recovering at home now, but he’s clearly shaken by the event.

“He doesn’t want to see or go near any phones,” his grandmother told The New York Post. She added that the phone caught fire while he was watching a video, but it’s unclear if it was also charging at the time.

Samsung has said that the defect in the Galaxy Note 7 battery only covers a small percentage of devices, but it’s clearly not worth the risk. The company is encouraging customers to power off the device immediately and return it to the retailer where they purchased the smartphone. The Galaxy-maker also denied reports that it would start remotely disabling copies of the device to protect people, though after this latest incident that doesn’t sound like the worst idea.

Update: It turns out the culprit was a different Samsung smartphone. NBC New York reports that the boy was actually injured by a burning Galaxy Core. The device was released in 2014 and features a removable battery.