- Angel ordered 364,000 pesos worth of food and canceled it
- In another incident, she ordered 2,250 worth of milk tea and said it was just a prank
A girl by the name of Angel is getting bashed for a prank that she did on a Grab Food driver.
In a screenshot that was posted, Angel ordered a total of 364,000 pesos in food but then canceled it.
Her order consisted of 200 20-pieces of McNuggets and 400 orders of Chicken McDo and McNuggets McShare Bundle of 4.
Her special instructions even said, “Gago Ka.”
I’m so disgusted sa ginagawa ng mga kabataan ngayon, they ordered 400+ food sa grab with a total of 360,000 pesos tapos pinaka-cancel nila kasi prank lang daw yun. Diko alam kung pinalaki ba ng tama tong mga batang to, sumusobra na dapat binibigyan lection yung ganto. pic.twitter.com/C6SAPtDTlo
— Zeke (@zekemartinx) July 8, 2019
Also in another incident, Angel ordered milk teas worth Php2,250. The driver bought the drinks but received a text from the girl saying that it was just a prank.
The driver was really sad because he could’ve used the money to buy milk for his child.
yes, ang hirap rin kasi para sa grab food driver. ginagawa nila yung trabaho nila tapos gagawing ganun. nakaka sad lang.
— Sky (@marimarbequio_) July 9, 2019
I'm a crew of McDonald's at yang ginawa mo girl, hindi nakakatuwa. Hindi ko alam kung anong matutulong mo dahil sa trip na ginawa mo? Ano yun, kulang sa atensyon? Marami masyado yung product na nasayang, actually kung di yan bibilhin ng customers, waste na yan. 360,000 pa ha?!
— Anjel Dave, 17 (@AnjelDave) July 8, 2019
I think this is ridiculous. Grab drivers should not be entitled to pay any cent. Any orders should directly link from the store to the grab company. Babayaran nalang sila ng fix salary at the end of the month. ALSO THIS IMMATURE KID NEEDS TO BE TRACKED DOWN.
— Káyla (@alyakosaca) July 8, 2019
Grab Philippines said that they will be imposing a lifetime ban on Angel.
Hi Zeke! After careful investigation, the passenger is now banned after being proven to be a repeat offender of no-show. Rest assured that we're continuously working to protect our delivery-partners and that we take violations like this seriously. Thank you!
— Grab Philippines (@grabph) July 9, 2019