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Michigan boy orders $1,500 of takeout Grubhub food on dad’s phone

A boy with a hankering for chili cheese fries and pepperoni pizza is in big trouble after he used his dad’s phone to order $1,500 of his favorite foods.

Six-year-old Mason Stonehouse, of Chesterfield, Michigan, ordered enough food to feed a Super Bowl party while he was supposed to be using an educational app on his father’s phone just before bedtime Saturday.

Mason picked his favorite foods from his family’s favorite restaurants, putting in five orders of jumbo shrimp, 12 orders of chili cheese fries, $400 worth of pepperoni pizza and 16 scoops of ice cream, his father, Keith Stonehouse, told USA TODAY. 

Stonehouse said Mason’s mischief happened on the one night a month his mother, Kristin, goes out with the girls. Stonehouse was putting Mason to bed when headlights flooded his boy’s bedroom and the doorbell rang.

Stonehouse opened the front door to find a giant bag of takeout. Thinking Kristin ordered the goodies for her and her friends to eat when they got home, Stonehouse didn’t think much of it. 

“All of a sudden, ding dong,” Stonehouse said. “And I see more lights coming into the house and it’s another giant bag of food. I take it into the kitchen, then ding dong. … And it just keeps happening, and cars are pulling in while others are pulling out.”

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