Infrequently we have a decent day and at different circumstances, our day doesn’t go as we anticipate that it will be and it appears that this driver was likewise not having a decent day.
Alisha Jennings-Olusuko, a 20-yr understudy from the University of Michigan, went to her relative at John Hopkins Hospital, Maryland, and requested some nourishment through a neighborhood burger put by means of UberEats, as she felt hungry.
Be that as it may, she was busy to the point that she overlooked the sustenance requested by her and missed a call from an obscure number. Afterward, she messaged to that number and it was none other than the driver of UberEATS. This is the manner by which the discussion took after:
Alisha got some information about the principal entrance in light of the fact that the healing center had “a million distinct doorways and branches.”
Notwithstanding, the driver was simply playing around as Alisha told,
“He goes, ‘you saw what I stated, I was simply messing around… I come here constantly and I generally come into the fundamental passage.'”
Everyone doesn’t care for this sort of a reaction from an obscure conveyance fellow, however, Alisha took it sportingly and posted the discussion on Twitter.
my ubereats delivery man decided to be a smart ass…… pic.twitter.com/8MrPM5E5Mv
— ace (@iamalishajo) July 17, 2017
all that sass = no tip
— bry guy (@chillmccool) July 18, 2017
Damn that made me bust out laughing
— Tracey Flynn (@drinkslinga2) July 19, 2017
It’s an expected response for that sort of question lol, I would tip big too haha
— SatyrႿ (@CircaWars) July 18, 2017
I’d tip him triple just for that
— junior (@JuniorReyes17) July 18, 2017
lmao this man had been through it that was not his day
— Draëke Casey (@draekeeeee) July 18, 2017
this the type of dude that prob eats ur fries on the way there
— Niccolò Gotti (@Moderator) July 18, 2017
Meanwhile, Uber also replied but the tweet doesn’t exist anymore!
Twitterati asked Uber to take a chill pill instead of getting angry!
Shut up the guys hilarious give him a promotion
— (@PatiicakesLoL) July 18, 2017
That is definitely ok and got uber eats more exposure yet you’re trying to punish a driver?! Spread kindness, uber!! Cmon pic.twitter.com/ifR30Y3ET2
— Edwin Costa (@SexyEdwin) July 18, 2017
— UberEATS (@UberEATS) July 18, 2017