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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Mum gives toddler her phone to play with and £350 Amazon sofa turns up at house

Mum-of-two Isabella had no idea what had happened until she was told her three-piece sofa was on its way.

When it comes to finding an interior designer to remodel your home, a two-year-old probably wouldn’t be the first person you turned to. 

But that’s what one mum was left facing after her daughter accidentally ordered a £350 three-piece sofa from Amazon. 

Mum-of-two Isabella McNeil had been in the market for a new couch and browsed through options on her phone when her two-year-old, Rayna, said: “Mama, phone. Mama, phone.”

Isabella handed it over and thought nothing more of it until a few days later when she received a notification informing her that her sofa was on its way.

 

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