A Florida boy who really wanted a stuffed animal from inside a claw game vending machine made a decision to skip the skill portion of the game and go right for the toy.
Crews said the boy was not in danger and was removed from the machine at 5:41 p.m. and returned to his meal with his family.
It's happened again. America's secret scourge: kids getting stuck in claw machines.
All ended well as Mason was freed safely and got the toy he wanted.
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And, don't worry, Mason got a stuffed animal in the end!
"Thankfully he was never in any distress", the post read, describing the lieutenant's assessment of the situation.
"They did a really good job minimizing that", Sutton said.
He added, "This is an awfully weird circumstance and you wouldn't expect it to happen, but it did have a happy ending and we strive to keep things positive and see the bright side".