A furious woman has angered netizens after she threw drinks on a guard and delivery rider, just because they can’t bring her order to her doorstep! But the guard and the delivery rider were only following the facility’s COVID-19 protocols.
Woman Throws Tantrum Over Food Order
These days, fulfilling your cravings can be so easy because there are plenty of restaurants offering delivery services or you can simply buy some using food delivery apps. You can even get food in the middle of the night, as long as there are still restaurants open in your area and delivery riders are up.
What’s sad, however, is that there are many people who feel so entitled that they don’t consider the riders. Many are also angry that they can’t get their food delivered the way they want to, because certain establishments have protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in this pandemic.
Facebook user Micheal Cheang uploaded the video of a Chinese woman angrily throwing her milk tea drinks at a security guard and delivery rider in Malaysia. The incident happened last November 26 at around 8AM.
Apparently, the guard refused to let the delivery rider in to bring the order to the woman’s doorstep because of COVID-19 protocols.
When the delivery rider called the woman to tell her about the guard’s refusal, she stormed downstairs to give them a piece of her mind – and her order!
“After a while, she came down angrily and said, ‘the other countries including China would do so, why is Malaysia so terrible!’. She did not accept the explanation from the security guard and lashed out at both of them,” the video uploader explained.
“Here, I would like to pay tribute to the security staff of M-Forces Security! While facing such hot-tempered and arrogant residents, they showed professionalism to calmly deal with it and remained their positions and responsibilities. I am proud of them!”
Salute to these frontliners for staying calm. We sure hope this woman will be apprehended.
Watch the video here:
Common COVID-19 Protocols
Different countries, offices, and establishments impose varied protocols to help combat the spread of COVID-19. But these are the most common:
- No mask, no entry
- No entry to people with fever, coughs, and colds
- Monitoring entry/exit