Boy gets stuck in restaurant's claw machine

Posted February 09, 2018

Mason climbed right into the claw machine to snatch up a toy.

He chose to take matters into his own hands, and climb up the opening where the toys come out. Minutes later the boy was found trapped inside the toy claw machine having wedged himself into the glass cage but unable to escape, a Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Facebook post showed late Wednesday.

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However, once the firefighters started opening the machine, Mason began to cry.

Fire officials were able to extract the boy in "short order" while causing minimal damage to the game. Mason was freed safely and he got the toy he wanted.

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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. Luckily for Mason, whose family was eating at the restaurant where the machine was located, an off-duty fire lieutenant was eating at the same facility and assessed the situation.

And, don't worry, Mason got a stuffed animal in the end! Turns out, kids get stuck inside claw machines way more often than you'd probably think was possible.

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Commenters were pleased with happy-ending story and impressed with the agility of the child, whose age was not provided.