Delivery Guy Pees On Floor Inside Apartment Block While Delivering Food

You might want to think twice the next time you order a massive takeaway, or when a hangover's got you bed bound and craving all the greasy grub. Trust us - at least, if this food delivery man is anything to go by.

After dropping off a takeaway off at a high-rise apartment block in the Letian Shengyuan residential area of Chengdu, in China's Sichuan province, this delivery guy took the somewhat unconventional decision that he was just going to have a massive wee.

Right. In the middle. Of the floor.


What is it with people peeing in public these days? First there was the woman who couldn't hold it in on a plane. And now this.

I mean, I get it - when you've got to go, you've got to go. But do we really have go to these extreme measures?

This particularly bizarre incident was captured by one homeowner's security camera, who later filed a complaint to Didi Waimai, a food delivery subsidiary of China's largest ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing.

So a bit like Uber and Uber Eats...

The homeowner decided to inspect the CCTV footage after coming across a rather large puddle of pee on the floor.

Credit: Asia Wire
Credit: Asia Wire

The footage, uploaded by the homeowner, shows the delivery guy stood right next to the elevators having a casual wee without a care in the world, before hopping into the lift to carry on with his shift.

Apparently, the delivery guy was delivering food to somebody on the 31st floor and just decided to pop down to the seventh floor for a quick piss before he trundled off on his way.

Didi later responded to the incident, claiming that the man in question had already been sacked for misconduct at the end of July (we dread to think what for) and is believed to have been wearing his Didi uniform while delivering food for a different delivery service.

It's unclear if the man will face legal consequences for his disgusting and rather odd behaviour.

He's been blacklisted from Didi for life, but nobody knows what company he's working (and weeing) for now.

So I suppose there's just one thing left to say. Takeaway lovers: keep vigilant. There are too many people taking the piss these days...

Featured Image Credit: AsiaWire

Megan Walsh

Megan is a freelance journalist and sub-editor with a BAHons degree in Journalism and Communications. Since graduating from London Metropolitan University, she has worked as a sub-editor and writer for Candis Magazine and later contributed to publications such as The Skinny, Creative Tourist and Huffington Post, among others.

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