Social media goes agog after Instacart driver displays ‘last meal’ order to death row inmate

Stephen Nartey May 15, 2024
Chrishalea Farley/Photo credit: Chrishalea Farley via TikTok

Chrishalea Farley, a 39-year-old Instacart driver from McDonough, Georgia, has become an internet sensation after she disclosed she was assigned to deliver what she believed was a death row inmate’s final meal. Farley received a substantial order including wings with a side of potato wedges from the grocery store chain, Publix.

As she neared the delivery address, she discovered it was the Georgia Diagnostic Classification State Prison in Jackson, home to male death row inmates, according to Daily Mail.

In her video, Farley displayed instructions indicating she was directed to “see chaplain Miller for death row inmate”.

When she reached the prison, Farley’s car was inspected by an officer before her delivery attempt could proceed.

“I read it off and gave them the name, and I told them the person that they told me to contact, which was Chaplain Miller,” Farley said.

“Once they [saw] it, they just told me that they [couldn’t] receive that particular order,” she added. 

Social media goes agog after Instacart driver displays 'last meal' order to death row inmate
Image: Chrishalea Farley via TikTok

Following her rejection at the prison entrance, Farley was given the option to either donate the food or keep it. Opting for the latter, she chose to enjoy the wings with her family for dinner that evening.

“The wings were kept, and me and my kids enjoyed a nice meal that evening,” she said.

Farley’s delivery, totaling $15.66, included a $3.23 tip. The order originated from a Publix nearly 40 miles away from the prison. Her attempted drop-off was recorded on April 10 at 1:13 pm.

The video documenting her experience has accumulated over 590,000 views. “I ain’t gonna lie, that man had me feeling some type of way, cause I’m thinking I’m fixing to deliver his last meal before they execute him,” Farley said in her video.

It appears that the prisoner had just decided to try to order an Instacart delivery despite being behind bars.

A last meal is usually prepared within the prison itself and would not be ordered through a delivery service, according to Daily Dot.

Last Edited by:Mildred Europa Taylor Updated: May 15, 2024

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