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Boy Uses Mum’s Phone To Order 10 Bags Of Food From McDonald’s

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Boy Uses Mum’s Phone To Order 10 Bags Of Food From McDonald’s

Let's face it - we've all treated ourselves to a cheeky takeaway meal or two during the grim lockdown period.

But we didn't go as far as one little boy, who managed to get ahold of his mum's mobile phone to order himself a massive McDonald's feast.

Mum Raissa Andrade, 32, had left her phone lying around when young Tom spotted it unattended.

Tom had no regrets over his mammoth order (Credit: Newsflash)
Tom had no regrets over his mammoth order (Credit: Newsflash)
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He then proceeded to order 10 bags worth of McDonald's to be delivered directly to their flat in Recife, Brazil.

And Tom wasn't afraid to take advantage of the fast-food chains multiple deals when ordering his banquet: electing to receive six promotional meals, six happy meals, eight special offer toys, 10 milkshakes, eight bottles of water and two McSundaes.

The cheeky youngster even managed to confirm his address for the delivery, which left his mum astonished when their building's reception building rang to say they had 10 bags of McDonald's downstairs to be collected.

The order was made up of happy meals, fries and milkshakes (Credit: Unsplash)
The order was made up of happy meals, fries and milkshakes (Credit: Unsplash)
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But Tom's antics only prompted laughter from Raissa, when she discovered her son's order - which amounted to 400 Brazilian real (the equivalent of about £55).

She explained she had only briefly left her hungry son unattended to take a shower after returning from a doctor's appointment, in order to keep in line with the country's coronavirus health procedures.

And despite his monster delivery, Tom was left unimpressed with McDonald's , complaining to his mum after rummaging through the bags of food that the "yellow minion" he had requested had not been delivered, and they had also forgotten an apple pie.

The food was shared among family in the building (Credit: Unsplash)
The food was shared among family in the building (Credit: Unsplash)
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However, the food did not go to waste, with Raissa going on to share the McDonald's feast with relatives that live in the same building.

Raissa added she had been feeling a bit down over an unspecified health issue which prompted a doctor's visit, and that the antics of her son had been the perfect tonic to put her back in a good mood.

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Topics: Tasty Food, Food & Drink, mcdonalds, Tasty, McDonald's

Kimberley Bond
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