A three-year-old boy managed to use his mum's mobile phone to order a huge McDonald's feast during lockdown.
A total of 10 bags of food landed on the doorstep of Raissa Andrade, 32, who had left her mobile phone lying around at their home in Recife, Brazil.
Her young son Tom found her phone and decided he was feeling a bit peckish, so decided to order food to their house - and lots of it.
Raissa explained that due to the pandemic, they'd been ordering a lot of takeaways, and her son had clearly seen how she ordered and was able to copy her.
The little boy took advantage of promotional offers to request a McDonald's feast - apparently even managing to confirm the address for delivery.
The huge order included six promotional meals, six happy meals, eight special offer toys, 10 milkshakes, eight bottles of water and two McSundaes.
However, even with all that, the youngster wasn't impressed.
After rummaging through the bags of food, he complained to his mum that the 'yellow minion' he had requested hadn't been delivered, and they'd also forgotten an apple pie.
Raissa had been to the doctor and wanted to shower in order to follow coronavirus health procedures - meaning she hadn't got round to dealing with her hungry son yet.
Unable to wait for her to be available, Tom grabbed her phone from the side and ordered the food, which cost BRL 400 (£55/$74).
Thankfully, the huge feed didn't end up going to waste, as Raissa was able to share it with family members living elsewhere in the same building.
She said: "I got a call from reception saying there had been a delivery."
When she realised what had happened, seeing the 10 bags of food her child had ordered without her knowing, Raissa found it hard to be cross as she could not stop laughing.
She admitted she'd been feeling a bit down because of a health issue, which had prompted the visit to the doctor, but that her son's antics ended up being the perfect tonic to put her back in a good mood.
LADbible has contacted McDonald's Brazil for comment.
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