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A delivery driver was caught on camera urinating on a couple's driveway after delivering food to their home, with CCTV footage showing the stranger relieving himself right next to their car in broad daylight. Watch below:
Thomas and his girlfriend Stephanie were shocked when their driveway in Clubmoor, Liverpool, became a makeshift toilet on Wednesday (11 August).
Stephanie, an NHS worker, had arrived home and ordered food via Uber Eats.
But in video footage from their home surveillance camera, we see the driver drop off the meal, place the delivery bag back on his back and walk round to the side of the couple's car.
He then unzips his jeans and starts urinating straight onto the driveway, right next to the vehicle.
The CCTV footage shows a time of 8.19pm, when it was still light outside.
As he zips his jeans back up, a dog walker passes by - their pet glancing over at the man.
Thomas, 25, told the Liverpool Echo: "I went to work and my girlfriend, who works for the NHS, came home and ordered a McDonald's from Uber Eats.
"We've got cameras over our house and my girlfriend gets notifications when someone is coming up the drive. She had a notification, looked at her phone and saw that he was coming.
"She's gone to the door, got the McDonald's and gone back inside. She still had [the cameras] up on her phone and she noticed he was still there.
"He looks over to make sure she's gone in and urinates on the drive.
"She was fuming, she rang me straight away at work."
Thomas said his girlfriend, who doesn't want to give her surname, decided not to confront the delivery worker at the time as he had been at work, and she was home alone.
After seeing what happened, she decided to dispose of the food, before emailing Uber to explain what happened.
Thomas said she was told the matter 'would be dealt with' by Uber, which has confirmed it is investigating.
Since then, he has also had to clean both the driveway and the car.
Thomas added: "He could have gone around the corner where there's parks, I know you shouldn't do that anyway, but there's so many other places and the McDonald's is only around the corner where he's just come from and going back to."
An Uber spokesperson said: "What has been described is totally unacceptable. We are currently investigating this incident."
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