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[–]Festoniaful 12.5k points12.5k points  (770 children)

That screaming wtf is it with those people

[–]bisqueized_toast 6047 points6048 points 362 (253 children)

That was some Cartman shit for sure.

[–]PillowTalk420 2159 points2160 points  (187 children)

Shit, she even sounded like him.

[–]SomeRandomHoboidk 930 points931 points  (172 children)

Just needs the pig squeal and boom, good Cartwoman counterpart.

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    [–]ThePlasteredGoblin 472 points473 points  (52 children)

    Someone said this somewhere else but it stuck with me: people are straight up feral now. Interact with caution.

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      [–]Emergency-Nail-9306 113 points114 points  (13 children)

      We admitted someone to our floor and I swear no modern medicine was curing that. She needed an exorcist.

      [–]IamScottGable 99 points100 points  (16 children)

      I stopped messing with people who were road raging about a decade ago as their behavior started to escalate and become more erratic

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        [–]ballbouncebroken 67 points68 points  (2 children)

        Yup, I got nothing to prove on the highway just need to get to my destination safely. I let everyone else go tempt fate and heart attacks.

        [–]Malignantt1 7 points8 points  (1 child)

        Had some guy try to purposely ran into the back of my motorcycle a few weeks ago because I honked at him after he pulled out in front of me and cut me off, causing me to almost hit him. Luckily realized he was trying to hit me and weaved in between a bunch of cars and got away. He almost ran into someone else just trying to hit me.

        [–]ballbouncebroken 167 points168 points  (42 children)

        Facebook/Social Media is facilitating a whole new level of entitlement.

        [–]missy_sunshine 128 points129 points  (25 children)

        Honestly, I think people were always like this. We just all have cameras now

        [–]ballbouncebroken 41 points42 points  (5 children)

        People being highly volatile have been around for generations. It is obviously much better documented but it also seems being civil has dropped dramatically in the last 5 years.

        [–]girmluhk 30 points31 points  (5 children)

        Im with on this. I've had plenty of weird af interactions with people all my life, but most of it didnt have a camera on hand lol

        [–]RavenDeadeye 48 points49 points  (13 children)

        I don't know if there's more of it now or I'm just noticing it more, but it seems like road rage has gotten absolutely out of control recently. Even in a rural area, my daily commute is causing me anxiety.

        [–]primenumbersturnmeon 617 points618 points  (22 children)

        “MAAAAWM! THE PASSENGER’S BEIN’ A DILDO!”

        [–]LUN4T1C-NL 239 points240 points  (5 children)

        PESPWCT MY AUTOROTAAAAH

        [–]MorosOtherHumanChild 89 points90 points  (3 children)

        WhatEVA I do wha I WANT!

        [–]TheMiddleAgedDude 88 points89 points  (2 children)

        NO KITTY BAD KITTY THIS IS MAH POT PIE

        [–]bostonstrangler01 64 points65 points  (0 children)

        NO KITTY!!!

        [–]xxwranglerxx 938 points939 points  (24 children)

        Like little kids throwing a tantrum

        [–]blickblocks 539 points540 points  (38 children)

        You can hear how colic her voice is from screaming so much in her life. Totally blown out vocal cords. I bet she always has anger issues.

        [–]Khyta 197 points198 points  (18 children)

        Oh so this is how it's called. Sometimes I hear people have a "rough" voice that sounds like they were screaming a lot.

        [–]sierrafoxtrotwhiskey 111 points112 points  (10 children)

        That's not what colic is. Colic is something in babies related to distress. I think what you're referring to and what the person in this video has going on is vocal fry. It doesn't necessarily mean there was damage to your vocal cords at all.

        [–]BostonDodgeGuy 12 points13 points  (0 children)

        Colic is something in babies related to distress.

        It's also found in horses. It can cause their intestines to twist into knots requiring immediate surgery to try and save their life.

        [–]earthwormjim91 9 points10 points  (0 children)

        Distress in babies just means crying. Colic is when a baby that is otherwise healthy and well fed cries consistently with no discernible reason.

        [–]JakeG127 75 points76 points  (2 children)

        You bet she has anger issues? What lead you to that conclusion? /s

        [–]warxion 146 points147 points  (9 children)

        Screams like a fucking swine lol.

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          [–]MeiNeedsMoreBuffs 55 points56 points  (11 children)

          Like that dude on the airplane that literally sounded like a zombie?

          [–]superfastandlame 252 points253 points  (208 children)

          It is wild, I have 2 children and they would never, ever act this way except for when they were going through their terrible-twos. How is it a 6-year-old knows how to act but these people are adults and cannot keep basic control of their emotions even when mad, annoyed, upset etc. It is like they have lost all impulse control.

          Something is seriously off with that ideology.

          [–]gwaenchanh-a 117 points118 points  (53 children)

          Extensive lead poisoning from gasoline and paint for decades in your early life will do that to ya

          [–]ILikeLeadPaint 87 points88 points  (12 children)

          If God didn't want you to eat lead paint, why is it so delicious?

          [–]superfastandlame 80 points81 points  (31 children)

          My grandparents and their generation were exposed to lots more lead than boomers and didn’t act like crazy people, even late in life.

          [–]DieByTheSword13 57 points58 points  (3 children)

          The greatest generation called them the "me" generation for a reason.

          [–]MillenialShan 290 points291 points  (30 children)

          Exactly. My boomer mother remarked the other day on our weekly call how my 19 year old just takes everything in stride. I just remarked it was amazing what happens when you raise kids to have an ideology that ISN'T "fuck you, got mine"

          [–]administudent 210 points211 points  (24 children)

          Because your 19yo knows the planet is fucked and their life will probably end battling warboys in the wasteland. That takes a lot of pressure off.

          [–]NotAzakanAtAll 7 points8 points  (0 children)

          I hope you are right

          [–]caitmarieRN 1994 points1995 points  (57 children)

          The lack of shoes was a nice little surprise at the end

          [–]sometrendyname 511 points512 points  (14 children)

          I like the seatbelt behind the head part.

          [–]jveck718 55 points56 points  (0 children)

          How else will it stop dinging?

          [–]l_flintvsj_dahmer 34 points35 points  (4 children)

          There was SO much to unfold!!!! It's all so ludicrous I almost don't believe its real.

          Now real questions: How does anybody not nope the fuck outta there when she pulls up and you open the door?!!! That interior didn't exactly display a calm, cool, safely reaching your destination vibe.

          [–]sometrendyname 20 points21 points  (2 children)

          Lyft is cheap and you get good Hilton Honors points if you sync your account?

          I've had Uber show me a 30+ minutes wait and gotten a Lyft in 5 minutes.

          [–]CultofHappy 2864 points2865 points  (46 children)

          Camera made her flip because she knows she’s toast.

          [–]SolusLoqui 986 points987 points  (15 children)

          Yeah, good thing she tried to steal it while being recorded

          [–]MooMooHeffer 561 points562 points  (7 children)

          Good thing she tried to steal it while also driving on a God damn highway. What a lunatic

          [–]PayisInc 246 points247 points  (3 children)

          Good thing she has the caution tape and reached past it to swing at a customer.

          [–]Give_me_soup 31 points32 points  (1 child)

          Good thing she hates people and her sole purpose in her job is to serve others.

          [–]kdjfsk 40 points41 points  (1 child)

          i 100% thought that was going to be the accident. shed turn around and rear end the car ahead, or swerve and sideswipe someone.

          [–]Ok_Hedgehog2830 86 points87 points  (5 children)

          I love that she ended by being like “I’ve got this all on camera!!!” When she was literally trying to prevent someone from getting it on camera lmao

          [–]Danuta_ 7444 points7445 points  (648 children)

          That's a funny way to resign

          [–]afinevindicatedmess 3541 points3542 points  (477 children)

          I know the #1 rule of the sub is to NEVER take things IRL. But in this instance, that enraged driver could easily cause a car crash that injures or kills the passenger, but any incoming or ongoing traffic. I really, really hope the passenger saved this driver's information and reports them.

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            [–]RockTheShaz 503 points504 points  (78 children)

            How convenient!

            [–]aaj617 450 points451 points  (76 children)

            Yeah uhhh what can you even say to a ride history that ends literally on an interstate lmao

            [–]sje46 468 points469 points  (35 children)

            Really hope that a police officer catches him walking on the side of the interstate.

            Cop: "Sir, what are you doing on the side of this extremely dangerous interstate?"

            Guy: "Oh, do I have a video for you!"

            I'm quite sure that this is some form of reckless endangerment.

            [–]PM_ME_MH370 275 points276 points  (25 children)

            NAL but a Fun fact: stranding someone in a dangerous situation in the US is a form of imprisonment. Lyft driver could get hit with false imprisonment here

            [–]DaRealRawdawg 137 points138 points  (13 children)

            This is only correct in some states and situations. Since he had access to communication, extra clothes, and of an age to care for himself it wouldn't qualify in my state. It would still qualify for some other charges though, and if anything were to happen to them the driver may face even more severe charges.

            [–]swagn 40 points41 points  (9 children)

            Yup. Seems like an easy settlement to pickup a few grand from Lyft for the trouble.

            [–]SexyJesus21 20 points21 points  (6 children)

            Yep! Just like that I decided to drop everything and live off the side of a highway.

            [–]OnwardtoGehenna 163 points164 points  (166 children)

            as much as i hope thats true i had to deal with 3 different customer service reps yesterday and each one of them made me clarify names and times and still couldnt identify 2 rides in a row i cancelled. then i gave up.

            to be clear this was 2 different pickups at an elementary school for unaccompanied children. they actually had a chaperone with a walkie talkie that walked the kids to the ubers or lyfts (which means this is happened often enough to warrant that role). i tried to explain to this lady that its not ok and against policy and she said when did that start?? and that "they" as in lyft, need to review their policies.

            Edit: just happened again but this time at a house for a kid on her way to school. 12 years old.

            [–]BunnyOppai 214 points215 points  (130 children)

            Wait, am I reading that right? People are Lyfting and Ubering their kids from school? That sounds absurdly reckless.

            [–]djmagichat 33 points34 points  (12 children)

            Chicago is giving parents a stipend for it due to the bus driver shortage so yeah…

            [–]ImmaRaptor 9 points10 points  (2 children)

            Imagine if they used that money to pay the bus drivers enough that they actually want the job

            [–]OnwardtoGehenna 134 points135 points  (79 children)

            happens all the time. every single one of them act like theyve never heard it isnt ok. if the kid is under 12 or so i always call the account and let the parent or whoever know why im cancelling. ive even had parents start screaming at me over it.

            [–]Reacher-Said-N0thing 104 points105 points  (72 children)

            My parents started making me take public transit home alone at age 11, was that not normal?

            I guess I'd still feel safer on a bus with 30 witnesses than some rando's volkswagen.

            [–]rafa-droppa 100 points101 points  (35 children)

            I guess I'd still feel safer on a bus with 30 witnesses than some rando's volkswagen.

            Yes this is exactly the difference. Lots of people, easily identifiable vehicle, it's on a schedule, so you know exactly when to expect the kid to arrive - that's much much safer

            [–]Acidcore 41 points42 points  (7 children)

            Here in Vienna it's pretty normal for school kids to use public transportation to and from school. It would be absurd if everyone came by car. Also a lot of people don't even own cars, since public transportation is so good and cheap.

            [–]HI_Handbasket 39 points40 points  (2 children)

            Or, and I'm just spitballing here, a wonderful opportunity to start a side business selling children. And they pay you $15-20 to take the children.

            [–]LeYang 39 points40 points  (15 children)

            walked the kids to the ubers or lyfts

            ??? Wat

            [–]OnwardtoGehenna 30 points31 points  (13 children)

            yup. someone who works at the school with a walkie talkie in hand. its pretty insane. the craziest part of this is lyft not being able to identify those accounts though. imagine if something terrible happened, i cancelled and now they cant find the account. makes me feel really safe.

            [–]someuniquename 10 points11 points  (2 children)

            In my area they won't even let teenagers in Uber or Lyft by themselves. Totally fucked my brother over when he started working.

            [–]MAyoga265 436 points437 points  (191 children)

            And she left him in the middle of a fucking highway. They don’t want that liability. No matter what happened, she was unreasonably over-the-top crazy. See the American flag steering wheel?

            [–]Hiondrugz 298 points299 points  (100 children)

            The flag is pretty representative of where we have been heading as a country. Like you said, left the dude on the fucking highway. You cant even safely walk. Also what's up with all the caution tape?.fucking weirdo

            [–]Ok-Emotion-1131 167 points168 points  (24 children)

            I never would've gotten in that car. One look at whatever is happening in front seat and the driver not wearing any shoes would have been enough for me to be like, "I'll get the next one."

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              [–]Bandmass_10M 25 points26 points  (4 children)

              driver doesn't want to sit next to passengers more like

              [–]infiniZii 17 points18 points  (0 children)

              But come on, she had a USB hub available for you to charge your phone (if you brought your own cables)

              [–]aaj617 25 points26 points  (0 children)

              Right that was the cherry on top lol "omg shes barefoot too"

              [–]jkjeeper06 467 points468 points  (146 children)

              I wonder if lyft will actually fire her? They don't care about their drivers so maybe they would overlook this?

              [–]Danuta_ 497 points498 points  (57 children)

              That may be the case but I'm gonna bet that they'll certainly care about bad exposure.

              [–]Rainbow- 213 points214 points  (45 children)

              I reported someone for doing a dangerous u-turn in the middle of traffic. They messaged me back saying that the driver had other reports of driving dangerously, so they would no longer have them as a driver. So it's possible!

              [–]LouSputhole94 75 points76 points  (38 children)

              On the opposite end of the spectrum, I had an Uber driver that was clearly intoxicated and nodding off at the wheel while driving us. Had him pull over ASAP and let us out and told Uber. They said they’d get me a new ride but they didn’t have any proof he was intoxicated so there was nothing they could do.

              Edit: For everyone pointing it out, I did also contact the police non-emergency to notify them. I got a pretty generic, bored sounding “we’ll look into it”, and never heard back.

              [–]Whitegard 49 points50 points  (13 children)

              I mean that's fair, they can't just take one person's word for it without any proof. You should have called the police.

              [–]ScabiesShark 37 points38 points  (1 child)

              If it was Texas you could call and say they were driving around doing abortions in the front seat

              [–]DrFatz 27 points28 points  (2 children)

              Haven't used Lyft in a while, but I had someone just claim they were here and never showed up. I complained and got 3 free rides as compensation.

              Uber on the other hand, someone didn't turn off the ride fare after I was dropped off and they only took off 10 percent of the ride. Despite it was over 3 miles afterwards. Never used them again.

              [–]dover_oxide 32 points33 points  (2 children)

              This will be harder to overlook since there is evidence of illegal activity, risking the safety of a customer while working as a representative of their company.

              [–]baby_blue_unicorn 4328 points4329 points  (73 children)

              She was soooooo close to causing a rage accident when she pulled back on too.

              [–]Aether-Ore 824 points825 points  (17 children)

              Surprised she didn't clip the minivan pulling back on the freeway.

              [–]rhynoplaz 324 points325 points  (15 children)

              I was waiting for it. Didn't actually think justice would be that swift, but I can dream.

              [–]dietkrakendew 277 points278 points  (10 children)

              No justice in causing harm to innocents. Maybe if she crashed into the divider or something, but not another car.

              [–]Darthyeezuus 5924 points5925 points  (432 children)

              I need to know if anything happens to that driver holy fuck

              [–]loring96 1916 points1917 points  (62 children)

              Idk if it’s like DoorDash (that’s the only one I’ve worked for) but if the customer follows up with video, that lady could easily be terminated for assault

              [–]PeteBrostIsDead 1387 points1388 points  (51 children)

              Terminated? She should be arrested for putting the passengers life at risk

              [–]WhtChcltWarrior 368 points369 points  (6 children)

              Maybe they mean terminated as in Arnold Schwarzenegger will come for them

              [–]totally_kyle_ 53 points54 points  (1 child)

              And she threw his luggage probably damaging it so add that.

              [–]fuck_your_diploma 14 points15 points  (0 children)

              yes your honor, there were 754 new iPhone 13 pro on that bag and they all got destroyed by this woman vicious tantrum

              [–]paintedelephants 113 points114 points  (7 children)

              They’ve already commented on the TikTok that the driver is suspended.

              [–]PLS_stop_lying 2791 points2792 points  (231 children)

              Unfortunately since Lyft doesn’t recognize their drivers as employees she’s still smoking stogies picking up passengers.

              Jk who knows

              [–]SweatyOctopussy 683 points684 points  (35 children)

              I know you're making a joke but they do actually regularly ban drivers from working with them in cases like this

              [–]Sea2Chi 204 points205 points  (24 children)

              If this gains any traction the driver will be banned, otherwise he'll probably get an email that "they're investigating"

              [–]vbnmkjhgf 246 points247 points  (11 children)

              That's not true at all. I got a ban for a customer calling and complaining that i was an unsafe driver because I wouldn't stop at a specific gas station. Fortunately I had a dashcam video saved of the whole ride.

              Even more fortunate I don't have to work that fucked up job anymore.

              Edit* Protip to any drivers still stuck in that job: if anyone ever seems slightly disgruntled, make sure you show the trip on your dashcam, with the video of the entire ride uncut.

              [–]247world 88 points89 points  (21 children)

              As an IC she's a liability, putting a customer out on the side of a busy highway probably even violates a law. Thank God she can go to work for Uber

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                [–]Chewy12 638 points639 points  (90 children)

                Uber support is absolute shit. We’ve had a driver run us around driving totally off route at 3AM and all they did was change the trip cost to the original estimate. Blatant evidence on the GPS but they didn’t really give a shit about the whole feeling unsafe when a stranger drives the wrong way on purpose in the middle of the night thing.

                [–]RandomFrog 221 points222 points  (50 children)

                I had a similar experience, I was freaked out. Maybe the guy thought I was drunk and wouldn't notice...

                [–]MySoilSucks 37 points38 points  (3 children)

                I was assaulted by a passenger and Lyft still never paid me for the ride. And there's literally nobody you can talk to at Lyft in the event of an emergency. You have to submit some form through the app and whenever they get around to looking at it is when they address it.

                [–]randywatson666 193 points194 points  (25 children)

                Uber gives no fucks. Lyft is slightly better. I drove for both for a while. Lyft actually did an interview back when I was doing it, Uber was like "pics of your car? Ok here ya go."

                Uber can suck it.

                [–]Brofey 62 points63 points  (9 children)

                I only use Lyft now. My drivers seem to be happier, from what they’ve told me Lyft treats them better than Uber, and it’s ALWAYS cheaper than Uber.

                Uber can go suck balls.

                [–]South-Direct414 13 points14 points  (0 children)

                It's my understanding that Lyft takes complaints against drivers pretty seriously.

                [–]dcorcor408 69 points70 points  (8 children)

                Id go to say she was smoking something more than stogies.

                [–]Rgates8594 971 points972 points  (17 children)

                When she starts screaming around the :20 mark she sounds like Cartman when he gets pissed.

                [–]pauliep13 167 points168 points  (1 child)

                Screw you guys… I’m going home…

                [–]butt-cheek 92 points93 points  (5 children)

                And when she yells “I got it all on camera too! Everything!” It sounds exactly like Bobby Hill

                [–]DrawnGunslinger 2743 points2744 points  (81 children)

                What an unpleasant individual.

                [–]GuitarKev 891 points892 points  (33 children)

                I could only imagine the smell in that car.

                Unwashed human barely masked by a knockoff new car smell pine tree.

                [–]Happyypusawthis 1444 points1445 points  (20 children)

                Holy squealing toad creatures.

                [–]patsharpesmullet 383 points384 points  (4 children)

                "get outta the car, GET OU........"

                Dogs howling within a 3 mile radius.

                [–]inheretres 21 points22 points  (0 children)

                Like out of a horror movie or something.

                [–]Atomic235 92 points93 points  (5 children)

                To wit:

                RRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

                [–]Radobound 2038 points2039 points  (46 children)

                Looks like Rebecca left her pack of cigarettes at home that day.

                [–]Contemplate321 543 points544 points  (26 children)

                She goes by Becky tho, smokes menthols.

                [–]Yarakinnit 143 points144 points  (12 children)

                Becky will kill anyone for a grand.

                [–]VeganJusticeVVarrior 82 points83 points  (8 children)

                With the ripped off sleeves it looks like a Methany to me

                [–]thenewyorkgod 254 points255 points  (22 children)

                Remember when Uber was new and the drivers were amazing and had snacks and chargers and offered a selection of beverages during your trip? Now, every trip I take with Uber or Lyft is in a car that is falling apart, a driver that is possibly drunk

                [–]Cuchullion 92 points93 points  (7 children)

                Good lord they really have turned into taxis.

                [–]-Emerica- 46 points47 points  (4 children)

                I've gone back to taking taxis. Cheaper, no bullshit, they know the city...

                [–]BobsYourDrunkl 252 points253 points  (35 children)

                Is that a blowup clown in the passenger seat, wtf.

                [–]pauliep13 151 points152 points  (15 children)

                All jokes aside, Uber (and probably Lyft too) have current COVID restrictions on people riding up front. Many drivers fold the seat down or put personal items in the seat. I have a little lunch cooler sitting there.

                [–]MooMooHeffer 53 points54 points  (11 children)

                Do people seriously get in the passenger side seat while you drive? Maybe I’m just too passive but I’d feel weird as hell getting into the front seat of a vehicle that is transporting me somewhere.

                [–]pauliep13 53 points54 points  (2 children)

                Before COVID? All the damn time.

                [–]C7J0yc3 16 points17 points  (1 child)

                When Lyft first launched, it was encouraged to get in the front and fist bump your driver like it was your buddy picking you up and giving you a ride rather than hailing a cab through an app. Was supposed to create a “community” of drivers and riders.

                [–]needmoarbass 8 points9 points  (0 children)

                Lyft encouraged it before Covid

                [–]marthynolthof 70 points71 points  (5 children)

                Maybe so they can use a carpool lane? 🥲

                [–]starbuck8415 1791 points1792 points  (215 children)

                “I got it all on camera too” In what world do you think your camera will show you’re the good guy here 🤣

                [–]all_tha_sauce 459 points460 points  (14 children)

                My guess is she borrowed the community potato most Reddit videos are shot with

                [–]crapusername47 11 points12 points  (0 children)

                They’re generally recorded just fine. It’s after they’ve been screen recorded, rotated, screen recorded again, cropped and screen recorded again over and over because the simple concept of the ‘share’ button is completely unfathomable to most people who post videos like this online that they lose whatever quality they originally had.

                [–]_bexcalibur 100 points101 points  (6 children)

                community potato

                Comrade

                [–]furnishedbanana 747 points748 points  (146 children)

                Lol what's with the safety tape between the seats

                [–]Life4Vice 353 points354 points  (33 children)

                i think it’s supposed to be halloween decorations

                [–]limitlessEXP 533 points534 points  (3 children)

                It’s clearly there to warn you of the unsafe driver.

                [–]nautikul 104 points105 points  (12 children)

                There also seems to be a clown or something in the passenger seat

                [–]Itinie 41 points42 points  (8 children)

                Same with the flag on the wheel

                [–]Usedtabe 116 points117 points  (98 children)

                She doesn't want anyone in the front seat. Hence the doll and the tape. Source: drove Uber and Lyft for years and some drivers are anal about the front seat.

                [–]theonlydiego1 56 points57 points  (87 children)

                Never used a ride share app, do people actually want to sit in the front of a strangers car?

                [–]pizzafourlife 30 points31 points  (30 children)

                I mean in most other cases you normally ride in the front of a car, so I'm sure some people don't think about it

                [–]rich519 36 points37 points  (2 children)

                I mean it’s also just Covid policy now.

                [–]chickenwithchips 492 points493 points  (26 children)

                No shoes, no sleeves, no fucks given.

                [–]manescaped 510 points511 points  (241 children)

                No shoes is very classy

                [–]Bonestone42 51 points52 points  (4 children)

                Why is there crime scene tap separating the front and back?

                [–]N64_Pkmn_Trdr 99 points100 points  (1 child)

                Police are still investigating the last Lyft passenger dissapearance

                [–]BGRzombie 385 points386 points  (27 children)

                kinda funny she couldn’t close the boot the first time

                [–]alexj100 120 points121 points  (8 children)

                Had no boots on either

                [–]CornholioRex 35 points36 points  (6 children)

                She’s likely going to get the boot after this incident

                [–]ianmcvittie 492 points493 points  (49 children)

                No way. I live in Nashville and had a few friends visit a week or two ago and they told me when they went to get picked up by an Uber the lady had a blow up chuckie doll in the front seat and she wouldn’t move it to let them get in the car and then yelled at them and drove off. This is her!!!

                [–]MD7KB 143 points144 points  (9 children)

                Caveat - right now Lyft still seems to have a “front pax seat empty” policy as part of their COVID response. I get the doll being there to discourage people from trying to sit up front. When I turn the driver app on, though, my little man purse (old flight bag from another time in my life) with a couple drinks, snacks, cables, first aid kit, blah blah blah works just as well; if I need to move it to the trunk I can, and if it’s a short enough hop I can rest my left arm on it if I need to free up the seat. Doesn’t begin to justify the rest of the video, but as far as not freeing up the front seat, she is, unfortunately, just following policy.

                [–]mjtothebrain420 197 points198 points  (3 children)

                She sounded like one of those yappy dogs telling him to get out of her car now 😂😂

                [–]jiujitsutoad[S] 177 points178 points  (35 children)

                my apologies i meant to say roll UP the window, as she was asked to roll up the window bc they are on the highway, before recording started

                [–]OneMoreAccount4Porn 35 points36 points  (4 children)

                What speed were you travelling at before you asked her to go the speed limit?

                [–]rodolphoteardrop 27 points28 points  (1 child)

                I have a feeling we'll be seeing this on the news before long.

                [–]No-Brain4558 526 points527 points  (59 children)

                The guy filming did a great job of handling the situation as he get out of the car when he was able to get his bag and he didn’t cause the driver to crash after she swung at him by doing some stupid shit like swinging back

                Edit:apparently it’s not a man

                [–]xxwranglerxx 215 points216 points  (9 children)

                When she screeched like a little child in the starting I lost it. And then she threw away his bag on the road. If there were fragile items in the bag like camera equipment , it could have easily been damaged by that. Wonder who’ll be liable to pay

                [–]Not_a_real_ghost 84 points85 points  (4 children)

                That'd be easy. There's video evidence of the driver throwing a passenger's bag onto the highway. If you provide that to Lyft I'm sure they won't ignore it.

                [–]fgsdfggdsfgsdfgdfs 14 points15 points  (1 child)

                Lyft isn't an arbiter of liability. He'd have to go to court to get the driver to pay if she refused.

                [–]DefiantJedi 110 points111 points  (8 children)

                *She swung at him. Turning the sound on really changed the vibe of the entire video lol.

                [–]Sweet-Palpitation473 413 points414 points  (10 children)

                Our hero: calm, cool, collected

                The villain: shrieking, irrational, butthurt

                [–]MrTase 77 points78 points  (6 children)

                Sounds like Bobby Hill

                [–]HisRoyalAwesomeness 34 points35 points  (0 children)

                “That’s my purse, I don’t know you”

                [–]Shadowbathed 32 points33 points  (1 child)

                I was thinking more Eric Cartman.

                [–]SticKy904 429 points430 points  (81 children)

                As an American it's frustrating whenever you see someone with an American Flag decorating something, they seem to be a piece of shit.

                [–]Studio_Life[🍰] 250 points251 points  (13 children)

                Overly patriotic and overly religious think their “status” as a “true patriot” or “true christian” makes them a moral person, so they don’t pay attention to their actions.

                [–]JoeDerp77 72 points73 points  (0 children)

                Not just a moral person, but morally and socially superior to others. This is why it's impossible for her to see the passengers opinion and becomes enraged when they won't "comply" with getting out.

                [–]schneph 10 points11 points  (1 child)

                Is it just me or do the driver and the passenger look like they go to the same barber?

                [–]fallendukie 49 points50 points  (10 children)

                Sooooo, what was the point of squealing like a pig??

                [–]ApostateAardwolf 29 points30 points  (0 children)

                Complete lack of emotional control

                [–]Vivian_Lu98 10 points11 points  (2 children)

                Bro she isn’t even wearing shoes when she’s driving?!

                [–]Bovinius__Cudd 132 points133 points  (20 children)

                Am I the only one who immediately nopes out of an interaction with someone who is displaying an American flag which isn't in flag form?

                It's like seeing someone wrapped in foil. Nothing good can come from it.

                [–]bexdporlap 9 points10 points  (0 children)

                I wonder how he rated the driver.

                [–]C21H30O218 86 points87 points  (5 children)

                Driving bare foot, something across the air bag and unable to out a seat belt on correctly. I wouldn't have accepted the ride in the first place.

                [–]buckfutter_butter 21 points22 points  (2 children)

                Anyone gonna mention the flag draped over the steering wheel airbag? Yikes

                [–]IlleaglSmile 47 points48 points  (2 children)

                Any adult who hits that high pitch screaming fit has mental issues fr. That’s some toddler shit.