"I ran over to check and he was passing toys out and eating some of the lollies," she said.
But with electrical wires and little oxygen inside Noah was soon sweating as management and his mum worked to free him.
And the escape proved rather more tricky than getting in for Noah.
The toddler had to be coaxed to climb back down the chute and sit there while his mum pulled him around a guard panel blocking his escape.
"We had to tell him that he had to come out to get a toy," she said.
Noah managed to get out of the machine before the fire brigade arrived to rescue him. Link -via Arbroath