Hungry boy, 3, orders £55 McDonald's feast through app using mum's mobile phone

This three-year-old boy has managed to use his mother’s cell phone to order a huge McDonald’s party that is delivered in 10 bags during the closing process.

Mother Raissa Andrade, 32, left her phone lying around when it was spotted by four-year-old son Tom who used it to order the huge takeaway.

The smart toddler managed to get the 10 bags of food delivered directly to their address in the city of Recife, Brazil.

Raissa said that because of the pandemic, they had made many takeout visits and her son had clearly seen what she was doing and decided to copy her.

Apparently he requested the cell phone to order McDonald’s and then took advantage of the offers to request a feast, apparently even managing to confirm the address for delivery.

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Food ordered included six promotional meals, six happy meals, eight special offer toys, 10 milkshakes, eight bottles of water, and 2 McSundaes.

However, the boy was far from impressed and complained to his mother, after rummaging through the bags of food, that the “yellow minion” he had asked for had not been delivered and that they had also forgotten an apple pie.

She said she went to the doctor and didn’t deal with her hungry son right away because she wanted to take a shower to follow the coronavirus health procedures.

Hungry boy, 3, orders £55 McDonald's feast through app using mum's mobile phone

Not wanting to wait, the boy picked up the phone she put to the side and managed to order the food costing BRL 400 (£ 55), which in the end was not lost as she shared it with family members living in the same building.

She said, “I received a call from the front desk that there had been a delivery.”

When she realized that her son had ordered the 10 bags of food, she said she couldn’t stop laughing and wasn’t mad at him.

She said she felt a little gloomy about an unspecified health problem that prompted a doctor’s visit, and that her son’s antics had been the perfect tonic to put her back in a good mood.