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A criminal thug who drove for DoorDash recorded himself tampering with a police officer’s Chipotle order before delivering it to a Brooklyn police station. The thug then shared the video to Facebook, thus incriminating himself.
The now-viral video shows the yet unnamed thug burying a nasty note at the bottom of what appears to be a Chipotle burrito bowl.
“Hope that d–k taste good b—h!” the note reads, referencing male genitalia.
It appears the note was designed to make the officer who ordered the bowl believe that the driver had shoved his genitalia into the food. It’s not clear if he actually did though.
The video can be seen in the news report below:
In addition to posting the video, the thug also posted a screenshot from his DoorDash delivery app and a photo of the note.
“Ya kno I’m about to violate the s–t out this order 61st precient I dreamed of moments like this. god yu been so good to me like idk how to re pay u,” he wrote, making it clear he was aware that the order was for a police officer.
“This a fb public announcement no I do not violate ppl food like that as u can c that was personal that’s All We At War (foreva) cardi b voice,” he added in an apparent bid to reassure people he wasn’t also tampering with regular orders.
According to local station WNBC, the officer whom the meal was intended for spotted the note and threw the bowl away.
“Police said the incident occurred sometime between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Monday. The food was brought to the officer at the 61st precinct in Brooklyn and he threw it in the trash,” the station confirmed.
It’s not clear though how far along he’d been when he’d spotted the note.
Meanwhile, DoorDash has deactivated the driver’s account.
“This behavior is absolutely unacceptable and has no place in our community. We take the trust and respect of merchants, customers, and Dashers extremely seriously. We have deactivated the Dasher and have reached out to the customer involved,” the food delivery company said in a statement to WNBC.
All that’s left now is for the deviant to be found and potentially arrested.
“Police are now searching for the delivery driver. If they are able to track him down, he could be arrested and charged with reckless endangerment, which is a felony,” according to WNBC.
Meanwhile in Arkansas, another noteworthy DoorDash incident involving the police recently occurred.
On the night of June 30th, a Jonesboro police officer arrested a man “for not having valid car insurance and for driving on a suspended license,” as well as for having “a warrant for his arrest after failing to appear in court for a previous charge,” as reported at the time by station WAGA.
There was just problem: The suspect was a DoorDash driver who’d been in the middle of a delivery at the time that he was arrested.
At that moment, the apprehending officer had a choice, and luckily for a customer named Sherry, he made the right decision.
That was nice, no?
On the other hand, it wasn’t so nice when a police officer rammed his cruiser into a Portland DoorDash driver on February after mistaking him for a hit-and-run suspect.
“Patrick Cunningham was delivering a pizza during his DoorDash shift in Portland on Saturday night when he stopped to help a pedestrian who had been hit by a driver. … He said the woman wasn’t talking, but he saw her take a few breaths, and [he and his wife] called 911,” station KOIN reported.
“EMTs arrived and began emergency aid. Police also arrived. Since he and his family didn’t witness the crash and since law enforcement was there with EMTs, Cunningham decided to leave to make his pizza delivery.”
He claims that after driving about 10 blocks, a patrol car passed him, turned around and then started following him.
“The police lights came on and Cunningham said he was pulling over and putting his hazard lights on. But rather than just doing a regular traffic stop, they rammed his car and pulled out their guns,” according to KOIN.
He also claims that he complied with every request “from the blue lights being turned on. I complied, I was pulling over. Easing off to the right hand of the shoulder. I even turned my hazard lights on.”
Once the cops realized they had the wrong guy, they reportedly began profusely apologizing.
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