A delivery worker eats the order and apologizes with a text message
A student in Britain received a text message instead of receiving her meal that she had requested through the "Uber Eats" application, after the worker took it instead of delivering it, according to Sky News.
The student ordered food from a restaurant, and she received a text message stating that her order was on the road, but after reopening the application, she was told that her food order had been delivered, and she was asked to even give a tip to the driver.
Then the student received a message saying, "Sorry my dear, I ate your food." However, the law student later contacted Uber Eats and was eventually able to rearrange her order for free.
She refused to blame the driver, saying, "Maybe he was really hungry. I don't want to be the reason for a hungry man to become unemployed in conditions of the Covid-19 pandemic."