Residents in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles were left confused and surprised as they began receiving food deliveries they had not ordered.
Some restaurants and Uber Eats drivers were also affected by the mystery, as they prepared deliveries for people who had not requested them.
The deliveries only ceased after The LA Times reported on them.
Residents along Range View and neighboring streets reported receiving dozens of deliveries over two weeks, with various food items from different establishments.
Some worried it was a scam and did not eat the food, while others donated the deliveries to the homeless in the neighborhood.
The orders provided no clues, with different names and drivers each time, but theories abound about who is behind the mystery.
Uber Eats has launched an investigation into the source of the unwanted orders and has taken action against several accounts.