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Nurse shares Uber driver’s creepy messages after McDonald’s order

A&E nurse is left ‘speechless’ after Uber Eats driver who brought her McDonald’s breakfast after she’d finished a long shift kept badgering her with messages asking if she had a boyfriend and if he ‘stood a chance’

  • In a viral video that racked up one million views a nurse shares how she was harassed by an Uber Eats driver
  • TikToker Justine, believed to be from Manchester, had finished an 12.5 shift on an A&E when she ordered her MacDonald’s breakfast
  • The delivery driver wouldn’t leave her alone and kept calling her after she had  told her she had a boyfriend
  • Many TikTok commenters were outraged and shared similar encounters that they had experienced 


A nurse was left ‘speechless’ after ordering breakfast, only to be ‘harassed’ by the Uber Eats driver delivering her hash browns. 

TikToker Justine, believed to be from Manchester, had just completed a 12.5 hour shift on an A&E ward earlier this month, when she order her McDelivery. 

But the nurse found herself subjected to unwelcome badgering from the driver who asked if she had a boyfriend and kept messaging her through the app. 

In a viral video that’s hit over one million views, the nurse explains how events unfolded when she ordered her McDonald’s breakfast from Uber Eats after work. 

When the delivery driver arrived at her home, Justine explains that he was ‘talking too much,’ and after speaking to him a for a short while she shut down the conversation

She said that he 'kept calling' her from 'different mobile numbers' and he was lingering outside of her flat, where she lives alone

She said that he ‘kept calling’ her from ‘different mobile numbers’ and he was lingering outside of her flat, where she lives alone

When the delivery driver arrived at her home, Justine explains that he was ‘talking too muc’. 

After speaking to him a for a short while she shut down the conversation, telling him she had to go to sleep. 

However, this didn’t deter him and he messaged her on the app. 

In the video she said: ‘just look because I’m speechless. I could scream.’   

In a follow-up video, Justine explained she reported the driver on Uber Eats - who explained how they would look into it for her

In a follow-up video, Justine explained she reported the driver on Uber Eats – who explained how they would look into it for her

Justine¿s experience prompted other women to share the lengths they are forced to take to ward off unwanted attention from men

Justine’s experience prompted other women to share the lengths they are forced to take to ward off unwanted attention from men

The nurse told the driver that she had a boyfriend, but he persisted, insisting on knowing how long they’d been together and said he wanted her to keep his number in case she wanted to go out with him ‘one day.’   

He swiftly backtracked saying ‘I don’t have a chance.’  

She said that he ‘kept calling’ her from ‘different mobile numbers’ and he was lingering outside of her flat, where she lives alone.   

By rating her experience in the app, Justine hoped that this would stop the Uber Eats driver from messaging her, however he decided to call her instead. 

She ended the video saying: ‘Not only does this man have my mobile number now, he has my address!’  

In a follow-up video, Justine explained she reported the driver on Uber Eats – who explained how they would look into it for her. 

She said that she decided to not go to police as she didn’t believe that ‘would do anything.’

She ended the video saying: 'Not only does this man have my mobile number now, he has my address!'

She ended the video saying: ‘Not only does this man have my mobile number now, he has my address!’

Reviewing her comments Justine noticed that this thing has happened to a lot women, which ‘is not okay.’  

One woman commented: ‘I have a male name on my app, might help make the boyfriend idea more real. Unfortunate but helpful.’

Another added: ‘I got a delivery driver sacked for something like this – he kept asking me out on a date and tried to stop me shutting the door.’

A third said: ‘ This happened to, he stalked me for nearly 3wks banging on my door calling my name at 5am thru my letter box & I’m single with 2children!!’  

Justine’s experience prompted other women to share the lengths they are forced to take to ward off unwanted attention from men. 

One women commented: ‘I had a food delivery driver visit me the next day to ‘check I was ok’. I don’t order takeout when I’m alone anymore.’

And another added: ‘ I had a similar experience I installed a camera at the front & blocked him everywhere. He took my name from the receipt searched me up.’

An Uber spokeswoman said: ‘What has been reported is totally unacceptable and we are currently investigating this incident. Couriers found to have behaved in this way face permanent removal from the app.’ 

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Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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