Lad nicks pal’s takeaway by editing address and sends video of himself eating it

A lad has gone viral after winding up his pal by stealing his takeaway food order when he sent a screenshot of his order.

Jake Wilson, from Wishaw, near Glasgow, Scotland, made a video of himself eating Nick McCormack's food order after phoning up the takeaway and switching the delivery address.

Unfortunately, Nick had boasted about his order in the friend's group chat on Saturday night to make the other boys jealous as he waited for his dessert, Daily Record reports.

Eagle-eyed Jake saw his opportunity for mayhem and called Crolla's Gelateria pretending to be his friend – which can definitely get you in trouble – and changed the address.

The Scotland-based ice cream parlour makes Banoffee pies, chocolate fudge cake, sticky toffee puddings, and other mouth-watering desserts.

Jake's video went viral when he filmed himself scoffing the order to "You've Got a Friend in Me", the song made famous by Pixar movie Toy Story.

The footage on Twitter has been watched over 486,000 times and has left viewers in stitches over the prank.

A shocked and hungry Nick told Jake he was "dead to me".

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Jake sent him the money for a replacement order and Nick saw the funny side when his replacement showed up later on the same evening.

Talking about his mischievous handiwork, he told the Record: "It was crazy how quick it blew up."

Jake also revealed that another friend was in on the deception.

Describing the plan, he said that when Nick shared the screenshot of his incoming deliver another friend phone him and "suggested we change the address".

He added: "I called up the dessert shop and said I was my friend and I had my Just Eat set up to the wrong address.

"We’re best mates, he was only annoyed until he got his replacement.

"I sent him the money to buy a replacement of course, but he had to get another sent out after waiting 90 minutes on the first one."

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