“Sorry, my dear, I ate your food” … this is what a university student who had ordered a meal received, through an application, instead of getting her full meal.
Law student Ellie Elias, 21, said she ordered a meal from the “Beams in Ilford” Oriental restaurant. AF% D9% 86 & contentId = 1414155 “> London, valued at $ 20, consisting of two pieces of Burgers Potato chips and chicken rolls, using the Uber Eats app.
At first, she received a letter from The application That her food was “on the way”, and another notification said the driver was nearby.
However, after reopening the app, she was told that her food order had been delivered, and she was even asked to give tip To the driver.
Instead, Elle received a text message saying, “Sorry, dear, I ate your food,” according to the British newspaper, the Daily Mail.
However, the law student later contacted Uber Eats and was eventually able to rearrange her order for free.
Despite the message she received from the delivery person through the app, the law student refused to blame the driver, and told The Sun newspaper: “Maybe he was really hungry. I don’t want to be the reason why a hungry man is unemployed in pandemic conditions Covid-19“.
“I found everything funny … at least I know the food was eaten … in the end, I got my food … so I didn’t feel upset,” she added.
“This has never happened to me before,” Elie added.
“But the message added comedic value to the usual Uber Eats request. So … so … I forgave him,” she concluded.