- An Uber driver was in disbelief after collecting a customer's order
- While on his way to deliver the groceries, the client called to inform him that there was no need to deliver
- The mysterious customer purchased the groceries as a gesture to thank the Uber driver for providing his essential service
An Uber driver received a lovely lockdown surprise and he shared the news via Facebook.
Posting to the #ImStaying group, Tich Mileh Kayz revealed that he's been working throughout the lockdown by delivering essential groceries and medication.
Kayz recently received an order for groceries and was on his way to deliver them at the client's home.
While on his way, he received a call from the mysterious client and was advised not to drop the goods off.
The unknown customer informed Kayz that the groceries were ordered for him as a gift. It was a gesture to thank him for his contribution during the lockdown.
Briefly.co.za noted Kayz's appreciation and the post attracted a strong reaction from South Africans.
Priscilla Drake said,
"God bless you and the Uber driver that still take people were they need to go."
Stephanie Norris added,
"There are so many amazing people in this country of ours. Keep blessing other people and you too shall be blessed. Love reading posts likes this."
Lelani Leana Mardon said,
"Love this idea!! Fantastic way to still keep distancing in play and help out a fellow citizen."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Uber has revealed details of VerCD, the technology that powers its self-driving cars.
The VerCD enables Uber's technological tools to test, validate and deploy AI models to cars.
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