If you live in Bengaluru or have visited there, you know how bad the traffic can be. And that's not only it; even the distance from one place to another seems a lot to cover. So, to often dodge stressful travelling, we prefer getting services such as food delivery at our homes. It's easy to do, time-efficient plus saves you a lot of trouble. But what would happen when you order food online and the delivery man doesn't feel like making the trip? Wouldn't that be a little strange? Well, recently, a similar situation occurred to a man in Bengaluru. Ever since the funny story was shared on Twitter, it has gained the attention of many people and left them in splits!
As strange as that may sound, the incident happened recently in Bengaluru. Omkar Joshi, a Twitter user, said his friend ordered coffee on Swiggy and received a notification that his order had been picked up on his app. However, the delivery guy was too 'lazy' to actually pick up the order, according to the friend. So, the delivery man used another delivery service to send the coffee! Later, the delivery personnel also asked for a five-star rating.
Twitter user Omkar Joshi shared a snapshot of the conversation on the social media platform. In the caption, he wrote, "Hello @peakbengaluru, The latest Bangalore update is broken." Check out his full tweet here:
Ever since this story was shared on Twitter, many people have reacted to it. The tweet has gained more than five thousand likes and 438 retweets. Check out some of the hilarious reactions below:
"Forgive me for this, but that means they CC'd you the coffee."
"Can I dunzo myself to office? Ola/Uber be charging 300."
"This is blessings of Bengaluru man. Accept it with open hands. In some cities you won't even get the delivery sometimes."
"Don't tell me he's on Yulu bike. It is going to be next level shit for one delivery if it involves Yulu, Swiggy/Zomato and Dunzo."
Many people even appreciated the delivery man for making sure that the coffee gets delivered. Someone added, saying, "Lucky you! You got your coffee. Hopefully still warm. Quite a few times we keep waiting and are informed only after contacting customer care that some other delivery agent picked my order." Another user also added, "I'd say he's a very committed Delivery Executive. When he had some other engagement after picking up, he outsourced it and made sure it reached you in time. Kudos to his #commitment!"
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