Ridiculous. The guy was obviously joking, as well as being obviously led on by this morally upright tape recordist — who btw was breaking the law in California to have been recording him without two-party permission.
Uber rideshare company has acted swiftly to get a driver who some are calling offensive off the streets.
A passenger recorded the driver and sent in a complaint to Uber. The driver is heard saying, “My dream is to have some drunk chick by herself also going home at the end of my shift, and she wants me to come in. That would be the perfect ending to my day.”
A man, who wants to remain anonymous, said that the recording is from a conversation with a passenger during a ride in San Jose, California.
The driver is also heard saying, “Half the work is already done, man. She’s isolated and she’s drunk.”
Keep in mind that the operant term here is that she invites him in. Which apparently is now viewed as a gang rape fantasy on the part of males.
When a passenger asks if that would be taking advantage, the driver says, “I will get really drunk too and then I can’t be held responsible.”
The guy’s obviously joking. And what if this fictional woman invites him in, gives him a great blowjob, and then climbs on top? Who’s the “rapist” then?
(No of course, such things never happen. But the courts would have a hard time figuring it all out, as well as would the woman.)
The man who recorded the video told ABC sister station KGO-TV he thought the driver crossed the line, so he posted the video on Facebook as a warning to women in San Jose.
He also complained to Uber and said the company was very responsive.
What a hero this guy is. Even if women get drunk and want to fuck, he’s there to protect them from those males.
Uber released a statement to KGO-TV that read:
“The comments in this video are disturbing and do not represent our driver-partner community. This driver has been banned from Uber.”
Frequent Uber users said they’re happy about the swift action.
“Cause it would make me extremely uncomfortable to know that they were OK with somebody who spoke like that (while) driving their cars,” said Marissa Garcia, an Uber user.
But some remain skeptical.
“I don’t know what Uber really does to ensure their drivers are qualified or that they are actually decent people,” said Lenka Lukacova, an Uber user.
Jesus Christ, the absolute hypocrisy and dishonesty going on here.
This is all about fear and hatred of sex — in a current, logically twisted, 21st-century permutation of the old sex-shaming routines of yore — as well as part of the continuing attempt to get everybody in the world in trouble for absolutely everything.
Meanwhile, the rich screw us all.