A Texas mom was surprised and confused when she got a notification on her phone that an order had been delayed. She hadn't ordered anything from DoorDash.

When Kelsey Golden saw that DoorDash was kindly letting her know her order was going to take longer than normal because of the order's size, she thought it was strange, but figured it must be a glitch.

That was, until 31 cheeseburgers from McDonald's showed up at the front door.

Kelsey said she was working on her computer while her 2-year-old son was playing with her phone.

"He usually likes to take pictures of himself, and so he was doing that (...) I thought I'd locked the phone, but apparently, I didn't because then DoorDash came with 31 cheeseburgers," Golden told KRIS-TV.

Golden and her family are working on moving, so she's been busy between work and the move.

The nearest McDonald's is about six miles away, so she was pretty surprised when the order showed up at the door.

"I didn't know what to do with them, he only ate half of one," Golden said of the 31 burgers. "So I posted on a community page on Facebook here in Kingsville and asked if anybody wanted some."

Facebookers reached out to stop by for a sandwich, and others offered ideas on how to store them to eat at a later date.

The order's total came out to $61.58, but that was before Golden's son generously tipped the dasher $16. So, after fees and tips, Golden ended up paying the price of $91.70 for an unbeatable amount of McDonald's.

If you don't believe kids that age have the skills or capacity to buy things online, here's a quick history of accidental online purchases kids have made.

Read more at KRIS TV and NPR.org

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