A man in Mexico has finally found a way to fill out his craving for eating Cheetos during the tough time of Coronavirus Lockdown.

On the third day of the quarantine, Antonio Munoz was hankering for some Cheetos, and instead of calling up to the store, he came up with a new idea.

Antonio figured out that even if he couldn’t just go to the store and get on his own due to the quarantine, he could send his dog to the shop across the street and hope that he will return with a bag of Cheetos. “Day Three of quarantine. I really wanted my ‘Cheetos’,” he said.

Man sends his dog to get a bad of cheetos

In this tough time when he can’t go out himself, he trusted his best friend, his pet dog Chihuahua with $20 and a note for the shopkeeper.

The Chihuahua had a note attached to its back which read: “Hello Mr. Shopkeeper. Please sell my dog some Cheetos, the orange kind, not the red ones, they’re too hot. She has $20 attached to her collar.


Even though the Chihuahua seemed a bit confused with the task at the beginning, she managed to pull the task somehow.

Dog gets cheetos
She seems confused Image Credits: Arturo Ortiz Ceballos Facebook

“WARNING: She will bite if not treated right. Your front neighbor.”

The situation could have gone really bad, as chihuahua could have pranced down the street or anyone could have picked up the money and picked up the dog.

Apparently, despite the common misconception, the chihuahuas are just angry troublemakers, this is not the case here.

But after some time Antonio captured the moment his pet dog came back from the local store with a packet of orange Cheetos in its tiny mouth.

Mexico has received over 450 cases and with over 6 deaths and is now moved to shut down large gatherings of people. Gyms, bars, theaters, movie houses, zoos, and sports stadiums were ordered to close last week in Mexico City.

Deputy Health Minister Hugo Lopez-Gatell said: “We have decided to temporarily suspend events with 100 people or more. All gatherings – public, private, governmental, social – must be avoided throughout the month.”

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