Washington: The child who was playing games on his father’s mobile phone got into trouble for ordering pizza and fries worth more than 2,000 dollars.
When food delivery vehicles came and went on Keith Stonehouse’s porch in the US state of Michigan, he was surprised.
Following an investigation, it was discovered that her 6-year-old son, Mason Stonehouse, had placed a thousand dollar bill worth of food orders from her phone, including fries and pizza.
In addition, the kid generously tipped each rider with the cash he had collected. Only one cent remained after tips, according to the young boy, who claimed to have made $115 total.
The child’s father said that a lesson was learned from this incident that children should not be given mobile phones and if given, it is the parent’s responsibility to keep an eye on the child.