Michigan Boy Orders Grubhub On His Dad’s Phone

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  • The Internet was shocked when a Michigan boy orders Grubhub on Saturday night, ordering food worth $1000 from his dad’s phone.
  • The father, Keith Stonehouse, was going to sleep after he gave his phone to his son. After a while, he found out that his son had ordered an expensive midnight snack from his phone.
  • The family eventually ended up inviting neighbors over for dinner and storing the rest of the food in the fridge.

The Internet was shocked when a Michigan boy orders Grubhub on Saturday night worth $1000 from his dad’s phone.

The father, Keith Stonehouse, was going to sleep after he gave his phone to his six-year-old son. After a while, he found out that his son had ordered an expensive midnight snack from his phone.

The father conversed with MLive, saying that he had put his son to sleep, and a few moments later, he saw a delivery guy stopping at his doorstep with a large bag of food.

Stonehouse claimed that his wife works at a bakery, so he initially thought that the delivery guy was dropping off some deliverables for his wife. He was confused when he saw the restaurant’s name on the bag.

As soon as the delivery guy left, another car arrived with another food stock. It was only a matter of time before the driveway filled with different delivery boys’ cars getting food. Cars kept pulling into the driveway as soon as the previous ones left.

It took him a few moments to realize what was happening. He said in a statement, “I took the food and then it hit me. I looked at my phone with repeated messages that my food was getting ready, my food was being delivered. I looked at my bank account and it was getting drained.”

Stonehouse described the experience as a script for ‘Saturday Night Live.’ The father claimed that he even got a fraud alert from his bank when a $450 pizza purchase was declined.

However, other orders of chicken pita sandwiches, jumbo shrimp, and chili cheese fries made it through and were impossible to cancel.

The family eventually ended up inviting neighbors over for dinner and storing the rest of the food in the fridge. The father said he was really pissed over the whole scenario, but during the scene when the cars kept pulling into his driveway, he found it funny.

Stonehouse said, “I was trying to explain to him that this wasn’t good and he puts his hand up and stops me and says, ‘Dad, did the pepperoni pizzas come yet?’ I had to walk out of the room. I didn’t know if I should get mad or laugh. I didn’t know what to do.”

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