Uber Driver Goes Viral for Dropping Off Cheating Husband and His Mistress at Home to His Wife and Kids
An Uber driver has gone viral for her decision to drop off an alleged cheating husband and his mistress at home.
A TikToker by the name of @perfectly_unbroken posted a video that is currently circulating on social media after she allegedly dropped off a cheating husband at home to his family.
The Uber driver shared the details with her followers, claiming to have picked up the man at his residence as he kissed his wife and kids goodbye, hugging them before they waved goodbye and saw him off. As the Uber departed the pickup location, the driver said that the man mentioned that he wanted to add a stop.
When they arrived at the new stop, another woman got into the car with her own luggage. It was clear that this woman must have been the man's mistress as the pair began to kiss in the backseat of her Uber. At one point the new woman even mentioned that she was "so glad" that the man was able to get away from his wife.
As if that wasn't shocking enough for the Uber driver, the man then suggested changing his original drop-off location.
The Uber driver says the mistress was also peppering the man with questions, asking when he was going to leave his wife and claiming that she was tired of him putting her off. The man deflected, insisting that they would talk about it later as there were "things to take care of" before he could oblige.
Boy, was he in for a treat.
At that point, the Uber driver told her followers that she made the decision to end the ride back at the original pickup location; at the man's house where he just left his wife and kids. The Uber driver says that she left him and his mistress standing on the lawn as his family emerged from their home to see them.
While we don't have all the details, the Uber driver said "things didn't turn out so well" for the man and for those who "pull some sh*t like that" in her car "and you're gonna get done like that." She ended the clip with one simple message:
Be better people. Do better in life.
There was even a part 2.
The video has been viewed over 8 million times and, naturally, the video got a ton of mixed reactions—some applauding the Uber driver for what she did while others said she should have minded her own business.
The Uber driver was pretty frank in the original video, and she's maintained that position in all the videos she has posted since going viral.
This is my car. I work for myself. I am an independent contractor. If I choose to end your ride, it’s my choice. Uber’s not gonna fire me, Uber’s not gonna ban me, Uber’s not gonna get rid of me. If you are doing something crappy in my car, I have the right to handle it however I see fit.
Was she right? Was she wrong? What happened to that guy anyway? Either way, she said what she said.