Everyone Has Different Opinions About Delivery Driver Who Used Customer’s Number To Ask Her Out
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Remember how we once gave kudos to an Uber driver because he tried desperately to get his customer to meet him again. Although some folks found the Uber driver out of line. Well opinions are again very different when it comes to the delivery driver in this story who used a customer’s number to ask her out.
The pizza delivery man took a Twitter user’s online order, but then went ahead and took her phone number without her knowledge. And you guessed it, this dude texted the customer in order to shoot his shot.
The Twitter user, known as La’shay on Twitter, shared a screencap of the text exchange:
I’m never ordering online again pic.twitter.com/6pXnaLkXg8
— La’shay (@_TayPage_) March 4, 2018
While some folks thought the guy was polite, others weren’t a fan of it. Here are just some of the reactions:
This is a tough issue but he was a gentleman he was polite how else is a man supposed to take his shot besides she has all those unchecked messages. You deserve better than that he don’t need those problems. There’s women will appreciate his candor pic.twitter.com/5XHHSqi0pr
— The J’bari tribe has spoken (@bougiegentleman) March 6, 2018
Everyone’s not a stalker though. But ok
— Sidni (@aunaturelsid) March 6, 2018
The amount of women saying he was being respectful are delusional. Using company information to contact customers is a firable offense. Who in their right mind finds a customers information to ask them out? Completely out of line.
— FUCK the NRA (@CampbellIndya) March 7, 2018
You don’t have to explain yourself, you were just minding your business and he decided to use your personal information without permission. Men will do anything to blame the victim
— Casey (@gothpizza666) March 6, 2018
Ughhhh that’s creepy asf
— Fuck all u hoes (@Lucy__Monroe) March 8, 2018
And he obviously knew that so he apologized. It’s still not that serious. He was still being completely respectful. She could do the same if she’s not interested and tell him that. He took a chance while she tried to expose someone on twitter.
— Daisy (@Daisyy_Michelle) March 6, 2018
It is a HUGE violation of privacy to take a customer’s phone number for the purpose of pursuing them. It doesn’t matter how respectful he is, that is wrong period. His work certainly wouldn’t condone behavior like this, so why would you?
— Alli (@Moneitria) March 6, 2018
La’shay added her own thoughts on the matter:
Lmaoo the comments wild tho . I’m not gone let anybody tell me that him stealing my number isn’t an invasion of my privacy or boundaries . This was a damn near 40 year old man . Let’s get all the facts before we make assumptions.
— La’shay (@_TayPage_) March 6, 2018
I’m pretty sure the majority of women don’t want to be hit on by their pizza delivery man, that is unless they are in the middle of a porn scene. But other than that they just want to flirt with their pizza.
What do you think? Is the delivery man in the wrong? Let us know!