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 Martin (@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 (@kaylaacaso) 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
As a Youtuber, one would think of a video content that would catch the viewer’s attention so it could go viral. But one of the YouTuber’s post has backfired, after doing a prank on firing employees in a Walmart store that left a Filipina cashier in tears.
A Youtuber named Lauren Love, who has 147,000 subscribers, had pulled a “you’re fired” prank by pretending to be CEO and fired several Walmart employees. Among the employees she pranked was Maria Leones, a Filipina cashier who had been working for six long years at the Richmond, Texas outlet.
Leones felt so bad and said she was “crushed” by the prank. The job is very important for her because it covers the medical expenses of her husband who recently had a heart attack and underwent a quadruple bypass which Love didn’t know about.
On her video prank, Love was questioning Leones why she was working in a different section of the store if she was a cashier. And because of it, she told her that she was fired. Leones cried after hearing it from her.
“I don’t appreciate you walking around here, you’re supposed to be at the cashier, cashing people out. What if someone doesn’t see you because you’re actually over here,” she said.
“I’m the CEO and I actually want you to be over there. Actually, I’m gonna need to see your badge, I’m gonna need to see your badge and your vest because you’re fired.”
Before she broke into tears, she said that she had been doing her job well and even become the employee of the month.
“I have been here for six years. I’ve been doing my job very well, I’ve been regarded as an employee of the month,” she said
The YouTuber revealed the truth as she was only pretending and assured her that she was not fired.
“I’m sorry I did not mean to make you cry, you’re not fired. I’m sorry, you’re doing a really good job. You’re fine, I’m sorry,” she said.
Love and her cameraman were banned from the Walmart stores because of the offensive prank they pulled on the employees. In a released statement, the store believed that their employers were working hard to serve their customers and do not deserve such kind of disrespect.
“This prank is offensive and the people responsible are no longer welcome in our stores. Our associates work hard every day to serve our customers. They do a fantastic job, deserve better than being subjected to such disrespect, and will continue to have our full support.”
Love released an apology video on Youtube where she admitted her mistake and apologized for hurting the feelings of Leones. She also said that she was only doing it for content.
“I just wanna truly apologize to the Walmart lady that I hurt. I feel, honestly, really bad. Do not feel bad for me, that was my mistake.”
“I’m an entertainer so I expect good content that my viewers will enjoy. I do it purposely for entertainment.”
Love said that Youtube did not turn down her video, she personally changed it to private. For her, that experience will serve as a lesson.
“I actually took the video down, I made the video private myself. YouTube did not take the video down,” she said in her video.
In a report of KPRC 2 Click2 Houston, Maria Leones also warned those people who do social experiments to be careful because emotion can be so dangerous.
“The only thing that I can tell people who do social experiments like that os to be careful, emotions can be so dangerous.”
With all that’s happening in our country right now, a breath of fresh air might be good from time to time. Amen?
24-year-old Edward Lozada Maguinsay posted a video of him pranking his niece online and boy, it has three million views now.
Who would imagine that a petty cousin prank will do wonders on social media, right?
According to Maguinsay’s post, it was supposed to be a good day for him and his ‘yaya’ as they planned to watch the movie IT. Being mischievous that he is, he tried to pull off an IT-ish prank on her. Yes, he nailed it!
In an interview with the DailyPedia team via Facebook Messenger, Maguinsay explained why he called his niece ‘yaya’. “Actually she is my niece, but we usually bully each other. That’s why I call her ‘yaya’,”.
“I usually prank her most of the time , and it just so happens that I had my phone that time and took a video. I want her to see herself na super scared,” he added.
When asked if how’s their relationship as cousins, he delightedly answered, “We are doing great together, I treat her like a sister. We both love to perform and she loves to serve me.”
As seen in the video, his 12-year-old niece, Francheska, cried. But all is well moments after, he assured. They went on their plan to watch a movie, and the prank was a good laugh now.
A Cambodian talk show drew international outrage after tricking a 13-year-old girl into believing she will be reunited with her estranged mom.
Autumn Allen, a young pop singer from Cambodia, was invited to appear in the Mother’s Day episode of the TV talk show Penh Chet Ort (Like It or Not).
During an interview with the segment hosts, an emotional Allen revealed she has not seen her mom since she was 6 years old. The young girl disclosed she was separated from her mother when she and her father moved from the United States to Cambodia.
She even told the audience it would be “a dream come true” to be reunited with her mother.
The show’s hosts promised to fulfill the young girl’s dream. But instead of reuniting Allen with her long-lost mother, a cross-dressing comedian Chuop Rolin emerged from backstage for the big reveal.
One of the hosts even asked Allen: “What are you thinking, did you think it was real?”
To which a giggling Allen replied: “I don’t know.”
The show’s stunt quickly became viral and earned the ire of netizens in various social media platforms all over the world.
Ou Virak, a Cambodian human rights activist wrote on Facebook: “The producer was stupid and brainless and heartless by playing around with the mind and heart of a 13 year old girl in this way.”
He even condemned the use of a gay person in the prank.
“It is also time to stop the senseless “comedy” of screaming and making fun of gay people. It’s discriminatory, it’s not funny when lives are affected,” he wrote on Facebook.
Despite being disappointed, Allen claimed she had fun doing the show and insisted the network behind it meant no harm.
“Initially I was disappointed, but Rolin made me laugh so I had fun on the show,” she told Phnom Penh Post.
To put an end to the controversy, Allen shared a copy of a letter of apology from the show’s network, myTV.
As for Allen, the young singer is still hoping to reconnect with her mother in the future.
The excited groom was not amused when his beautiful bride pranks him by arriving looking 50 years older. Qing Kao, 26, pranked her groom by adding grey streaks to her hair and using make-up to look old.
Guo Chien, the groom, did not get the joke, however. The prank sparked a very public shouting match where the groom repeatedly told the now-crying bride to go home and wash off the offending make-up.
Because Kao still wanted to at least have some photographs taken of them together, while she looked old, the angry groom marched off. He hailed a passing taxi and sped off, without giving time for the bride to change to her real attire and look her beautiful self again.
Shocked by her groom’s reaction, the bride slumped on the sidewalk and cried her heart out. Chien did not come back, even when Kao waited for several minutes. So, she also took a taxi for home, all by herself.
It was not known why there were no relatives or other people to help the bride, but they were probably planning a civil ceremony at a judge’s office before the groom stormed off in anger over the prank.
According to Mirror UK, the bride and groom have not yet spoken with each other again. There was also no news whether they still planned to continue with their wedding plans.
So, to brides-to-be out there, never ever try to prank your groom with something as crazy as this – not on the day of your wedding, anyway.