Woman Tries to Avoid Paying Uber Driver, Gets Heat From Mzansi After Threatening Him With Police

Woman Tries to Avoid Paying Uber Driver, Gets Heat From Mzansi After Threatening Him With Police

  • A video caused a buzz on social media after one woman argued with a uber driver about who was settling the bill
  • The clip spread all over social media as people reacted to seeing the customer make unreasonable demands of the driver
  • Netizens were divided about what was happening in the video as people shared opinions about the lady

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A taxi driver was recording when he had a problem with a customer. The woman who requested a ride from him did not have any money on her.

Woman refuses to pay taxi driver
A woman landed in hot water after trying to get a free ride from an uber driver. Image: Getty Images/Petri Oeschger/Twitter/@kulanicool
Source: UGC

The video of their argument over the taxi fare attracted attention on social media. People discussed their fight and many were convinced that she just wanted a free taxi ride.

Uber driver argues with woman over taxi fee on video

A video shared on Twitter by @kulanicool full shows a woman arguing with the taxi driver about her bill. The Uber driver in the video accuses her of requesting a ride without money.

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The lady replied that she did not have any cash on her and that she also left her bank card. Their disagreement escalated when the woman insisted that Uber (the company) would pay him instead of herself.

Online users flooded the comment saying the lady was entitled. People who tried to defend her got accused of trying to flip the tables against the driver.

@ThabaneLJ commented:

"This is so wrong. Why do people do this?!"

@RingoWaKhelina commented:

"Wow now she’s threatening him with the cops. If he hadn’t recorded the conversation, he was gonna get locked up. They (police) we’re going to believe this cheeky woman."

@PabloMhlanga commented:

"I pray that our sisters take a closer look at their behavior sometimes. There’s a sense of entitlement because the law tends to protect them more. I am yet to see a video of a gent refusing to pay for a ride. Just my opinion."

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@cryshots commented:

"He should’ve driven her to the police station."

@GeegeeSays commented:

"I really wana know where these free rides racoons get the audacity."

@DaComicLuu commented:

"A South Ah hun avoiding accountability, being rude and thinking she's owed by earth, so things must just happen however her mouth and thinking capacity see it? On brand."

@zuxmatax commented:

"The nerve! Hay this lady is out of order man."

"Childish": Peeps disturbed as driver uses feet to steer taxi at full speed

Briefly News previously reported that taxi drivers are often dubbed as the king of the roads in South Africa. In a clip, one public transport driver showed that he does not even need his arms to drive.

The video shows the driver's confidence when relying on his legs to control the vehicle. Some Mzansi peeps could not help but marvel at the obscure talent.

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A Twitter video posted by @VUMatshaya shows a daring driver using his feet to control the car. The clip shows the man driving high speed and taking a smoke break.

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Rutendo Masasi (Human-Interest editor) Rue Masasi is a Human Interest and Entertainment writer at Briefly News who graduated with a BA (Hons) in English from Rhodes University in 2018. Rue also has 2 years of experience in journalism and over four years of experience as an online ESL teacher. She has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her via email: rutendo.masasi@briefly.co.za

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