Hundreds of users on Twitter were outraged at him Testimony of one Home grocery delivery The woman published on the social network some situations that she had to experience in the last few days, in which a heavy storm It affected practically all of Spanish territory.
“I’ll take the opportunity to create a thread about the things they told me about the delivery in the rain (I was on a company motorcycle, a toy motorcycle, broken down, and no tread on the wheels),” he began. “I arrived completely soaked, and the water was dripping onto the floor. When I handed her the wet ticket, the customer asked me, ‘Oh, but is it raining? Is it raining a lot?’” she continued.
The first situation upset those who started reading the thread, but the story had just begun: “Same situation in another house: “Shit, but let me know that if you come up dripping and leave my dinner in the elevator, you’re going to get me dirty.”
Quite exhausted by everything that was happening, the next customer suggested postponing the order on foot: “Maximum flood, we couldn’t take the motorcycles with us.” Customer: “Well, let them walk it to me; I live nearby.”. I refused, but it didn’t help, and I had to walk in the rain, and I didn’t give a damn if my food bag got wet,” he says.
When those who read the user carefully thought that she couldn’t surprise them with anything new, the woman showed how selfish some people can be: “Almost shortly before closing time, another deluge, I was caught making deliveries, and the motorcycle went to hell (and me behind it)”. Afterwards, a customer called the store to order delivery and the manager explained this to her The delivery lady had an accident and said that if she wanted food, she should pick it up herself, to which the client replied, “How do I deal with the one who falls?”.
In addition, he told how some customers accused him of being unprofessional for moving around with wet clothes and that he should leave his jacket and dirty pants on the motorcycle before getting on the motorcycle so as not to leave a bad image, or that they wanted to not pay him because the order bag was wet and they felt that was no way to make a delivery.
Finally, remember that delivery drivers don’t like to put themselves at risk by working on days with torrential rain: “If we work in the rain without obviously being asked for anything in return, it’s because we don’t get fired.” “It is never justified to risk our lives and our health,” he says.