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Delivery Driver Takes Photo To Prove Food's There Before Stealing It

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Delivery Driver Takes Photo To Prove Food's There Before Stealing It

A TikTok user has shared footage from their home surveillance camera showing a delivery driver rocking up with her food, taking a photo of it to prove it was delivered... before making off with her entire order.

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Anyone who's ever sat waiting for a takeaway will know just how heartbreaking it is when there's a problem with your meal - having no doubt sat patiently for an hour or so, refreshing the app or poking your head out of the window to see any sign of delivery.

But one DoorDash customer was shocked to find her order did actually make it to her front door in one piece, only to be cruelly taken away just seconds later.

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DoorDash, a food delivery service in the United States, now offers no-contact delivery, which means the driver can simply drop off someone's order at their door or in a porch.

Credit: TikTok/@barbeed0ll
Credit: TikTok/@barbeed0ll

To show the delivery's been completed, the driver has to take a photo of the order where it's been left so that the customer knows where to find it.

But one DoorDash driver recently decided to cheat the system, having taken a snap of the food outside someone's home as proof and simply made off with it immediately after.

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Credit: TikTok/@barbeed0ll
Credit: TikTok/@barbeed0ll

What the driver didn't bank on, however, was that home security cameras were watching her every move, meaning the whole thing was caught on film.

TikToker @barbeed0ll posted the video on her feed, writing: "Did you think cameras didn't exist?? Hope DoorDash fires you."

The video has since gone viral, racking up 9.9 million views as other social media users called for the DoorDash worker to get justice.

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One commented: "People like this ruin it for other dashers."

Another user said: "As a delivery driver we don't claim her."

The wronged customer @barbeed0ll said she's not yet heard back from DoorDash, but told users she's currently trying to find the driver.

A DoorDash spokesperson told LADbible: "We have zero tolerance for such inappropriate behaviour, and are actively working to identify the Dasher and will immediately deactivate from the platform. We sincerely regret that this incident fell short of the experience we strive to give our customers every day, and are reaching out to the customer to support."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@barbeed0ll

Topics: Viral, Food, News, TikTok

Jess Hardiman
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