As a customer, you expect to be treated with the utmost respect. After all, without your hard-earned cash, the company who has wronged you risk eventually going out of business if they get a bad rep.
Now, you’d think ordering a takeaway is pretty simple. You place your order, it is delivered, you tip the driver and that’s that. You certainly shouldn’t be receiving unwanted messages from any employees; messages which are sent with the sole intention of hitting on customers.
Well, in Gloucestershire, England, a woman who had simply ordered food to her home from a delivery service app, was shocked when she began receiving unsolicited messages from an employee.
A 33-year-old woman by the name of Michelle Midwinter was sent a series of very creepy WhatsApp messages from a delivery driver who had driven to her home to deliver her takeout.
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Midwinter received a kissing emoji and messages which included: “Good night bby, see you next time I get your meal.”
When she asked who the man was, the delivery driver creepily replied: “A fan.”