An Uber driver from Dallas has a warning for all cheaters in North Texas: “if you ever pull this kind of s**t that this guy pulled today, you got the same thing coming.”
The driver Roni, who goes by the username @perfectly_unbroken on TikTok, recently picked up a male passenger from his home. He kissed his wife and kids before getting in the car, and telling Roni that he added a stop.
That stop was to another house, where they proceeded to pick up a woman, whom proceeded to tell the man, “I’m so glad you finally got away from your damn wife.”
The couple were chit-chatting in the back seat, with the mystery woman asking the guy when he was going to leave his wife, and that’s when Roni made a snap decision, telling viewers it’s “my car” and she’s an “independent contractor.”
Roni said in the clip, “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.”
Instead of driving them to the hotel he requested, Roni drove the pair right back to the man’s house.
Believe it or not, Roni said things did “not go well” for the gentleman and his “lady friend.”
She said, “I took him back to his house. I drove up and made him and her get out of my car at his home where his wife and his kids were. Pull some s–t like that in my car and you’re gonna get done like that.
“You ought to be ashamed of yourself and I hope you see this,” she said at the end, calling the man a “piece of s–t.”
Per the New York Post, THOUSANDS of comments flooded the video, with many praising Roni for exposing the cheater though others telling her she should mind her own business.
One person wrote, “Not all Super Hero’s wear capes. GOOD FOR YOU BABE.”
Another added, “Initial reaction was ooooh I love it. Then, my thoughts went to those poor babes,” while another agreed, “Wife had the right to know but not in front of the little ones.”
Another pointed out, “You never know the situation,” adding, “You be careful.”
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