Instacart driver shares customer's 'crazy' $200 food order

A customer apparently wanted “dozens” of Cheez-Its, and more than 10 packages of Oreos.A TikTok user named linlintoky captured the grocery list — and subsequent shopping trip — in a video.which has since been viewed nearly 1 million times.Her clip explains that the order was received by her friend, who is a driver with the food delivery app Instacart.Once inside the store, her friend fills an entire cart with Cheez-Its and Oreos.He then lines up the countless boxes in the checkout line, before revealing the final price — $182.20.TikTok users seemed both shocked and impressed by the order, calling it both delicious and completely “crazy”

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