Asawa ng Isang Rider, Nagalit sa Babaeng Customer nang Nag-Message Ito Para Mag-Book

Due to the pandemic, more restaurants and business establishments added deliveries to their services. Most people now stay at home and just have things and food delivered to them, making delivery errand riders highly in demand right now. Restaurants were forced to close down a few months ago, making their revenue plumett for a while, and so the situation compelled restaurants to hire third party services for multiple deliveries. This is why a lot of riders post their information on Facebook, hoping that customers would message and book them for deliveries.This requires patience on the side of the rider, especially when there are a lot of people messaging them for their services. They are also expected to keep their line open for calls and messages. But while this customer was expecting a reply from a rider who offered his services, what she received shocked her to her core.

The rider messaged her after she posted on Facebook, asking if she already had a rider for her needs. “Kuya,” she messaged the rider, waiting for a reply so that they can negotiate their terms. Instead, the rider asked who she is and went straight accusing her of being in a relationship with the rider. Apparently, the wife was using the rider’s phone, and immediately suspected something between her husband and the customer. 

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“Anong kailangan mo sa asawa ko? Pa kuya kuya ka pa tapos anu next?,” the wife said on messenger. “Hoy girl, marami naman jan ung walang mga responsibilidad na pwede mo tawagin na kuya. O baka gusto mo maging kabit,” the wife told the customer, without asking her husband about it first.

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This irked the customer, who decided to post their entire conversation on social media. Many netizens criticized the wife, who probably made her husband lose a few errands. Maybe it would be best to have a separate phone for work? 

Photo Bianca Ramos