A boy who wanted a stuffed animal so bad that he made a decision to climb into a toy machine ended up being rescued by firefighters in Florida Wednesday.
This time, the victim was a Florida boy who was lured into the grip of a claw machine Wednesday night at the Beef "O" Brady's in Titusville, according to Florida Today. "Our units were dispatched at 5:33 yesterday evening and arrived at 5:36 p.m. and Mason was safely extracted from the machine at 5:41 p.m".
"He wanted it so bad, he climbed into the game to get that toy!" the department posted on its Facebook page.
"He went from thinking, "I'm going to get this toy" to 'Uh oh I'm stuck in here, ' to 'Now all these people are looking at me and banging on this thing, "' Sutton said.
Mason wasn't trapped in the claw machine's evil clutch for long.
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The son of the former National Football League player by the same name was considered the top unsigned prospect left to commit. The other two secondary commits from Miami are Divaad Wilson (Northwestern) and Nadab Joseph (Miami Norland).
Mr Sutton says the boy was embarrassed, but wasn't in distress, and the machine sustained minimal damage.
After a shedding a few tears, Mason was reunited with his mom, and he got to pick out a stuffed animal.
Mason's story has a happy ending though.
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