A six-year-old boy ordered a large meal from GrubHub, and his father was forced to pay for it.
The incident occurred in Chesterfield, Michigan and according to MLive, 6-year-old Mason was at home with his father, Keith Stonehouse, while his mother was at the movies with friends.
Stonehouse attempted to keep Mason entertained by letting him play a game on his phone.
However, Mason apparently had a craving for food and took his father's phone to order from GrubHub. It's impressive for a child of his age to do so. He wouldn't have been able to pick up the food himself as he ordered a significant amount.
6-year-old Macomb County Boy Spends $1k On Grubhub After Father Lets Him Use Phone To Play Games??? pic.twitter.com/NKYa6wbGtp
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Mason's order included five servings of jumbo shrimp, chili cheese fries, ice cream, salads (showing his concern for health), chicken pitas, shawarma, grape leaves, rice, and additional items. The large order required multiple delivery drivers to bring it to the Stonehouse residence.
Keith received the first delivery and was likely puzzled. His confusion likely increased as more and more food arrived.
By the time Keith realized what had transpired, it was too late to cancel the orders. When he reached out to one of the restaurants, they advised him to contact GrubHub. Despite his efforts, he was unable to cancel the orders and was faced with a bill over $1K.
Stonehouse mentioned in a Facebook post that Chase bank declined a $439 order for pepperoni pizzas.
He recounted out how he was feeling about the situation, saying that his anger was initially high, but has since decreased. Despite this, the large sum of money that came unexpectedly still makes him wary of fully embracing the humor of the situation. He stated, “It’s not funny yet, but I can laugh about it a little bit.”
Some day they'll be able to look back at this and laugh, although that day might be far in the future.
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