Unusual – if the joke causes you more cold sweats than it makes you laugh, you probably missed a conclusion that Deliveroo came to on Thursday April 1 at the end of the day

April Fool's Day, the meal delivery application saw fit to trick its customers into believing an order, in their name and credit card, of «38 And the pizzas acciuga 50 hot sauces for a total of 46640 € “CHECKED IN

A confirmation email is similar to the one that users receive when they actually place an order on the platform., causing panic among many others, as you can see below

Gifting their April Fool's Day is the biggest stressful stroke I've ever had, and I won't have to take this photo: Twitter com / XDiufxy6Pk

April fools to kill ?? I thought it was at 5 seconds from peak station, twitter com / hlx8O6zO76

Only internet users who feel uncomfortable seeing such an amount taken from their account without properly placing an order can understand the deception by ignoring this exorbitant total and reading the entire email sent

“One last piece of information that may be important: the anchovies in this pizza are actually Little Jokers! Smile, April Fool's Day has struck again! “Deliveroo writes at the end of the message

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I'm not sure there are a lot of smiles and your anchovy pizza will have a huge increase after this bad marketing trick.

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