Sometimes questions like this are asked to make the point that mechanical equilibrium (ME) should not always be assumed as a given. And also that the definition of ME states that both the net forces and net torques must total to zero. The question does not explicitly state that the system is in mechanical equilibrium, and it says nothing about the shape of the box.
If the system is not in ME, then there is no reason for the forces to have to be equal. The box could be in a state of translational or rotational acceleration.
Note there may be no ME even if the normal force on the floor and the weight are equal and opposite. The box could be tipping over because it has an asymmetric shape that causes the force normal to the floor to not be directly in line with the center of mass. The resulting net torque on the box could be tipping it over.
I voted up the previous answer because I liked its elegance (stack on a second box,) but decided to post this anyways because I suspect (hope) the question was suppose to be more about physics than a trick.