Nothing like fries and a shake of warm urine.
A Utah man was infuriated and left in shambles after realizing he drank urine instead of what he thought was a milkshake he ordered from GrubHub earlier this week, Fox 59 reported.
Caleb Woods said he decided to order fries and a milkshake from Chick-fil-A off the GrubHub app, but knew something was up when he “took a sip” from the beverage that he claims made him sick afterwards.
“When I started eating my meal upon delivery, I put a straw in my cup that was delivered and took a sip,” Woods said. “I soon discovered that the cup delivered to me from the GrubHub driver was a warm cup of urine.”
Woods said he immediately called the driver back to his house and let him have it on the phone for basically poisoning him with the cup of piss.
Footage from Woods’ home security camera shows the moment the GrubHub driver returns to the home and comes face to face with him.
“Did you confuse the cups, cause, like, dude — it’s a half full of pee,” Woods calmly goes, as he holds a styrofoam cup while approaching the driver outside. “Do you realize this is pee?”
Woods says the driver expressed to him what happened and told him he had two styrofoam cups in the car but confused his milkshake for the urine-filled cup, according to ABC 27.
The driver also admitted he clocks long hours and relieves himself in the car because he doesn’t really take bathroom breaks.
But the bizarre storyline gets even better.
Woods said he called GrubHub to get his money back, though he wasn’t quite given the compensation he desired.
“…I think it [the order] cost like 25 bucks. They refunded like $18, the actual cost of the food,” Wood frustratingly said to Fox 59. “They didn’t refund the delivery fee or the tip that I gave.”
GrubHub has since put out a statement regarding the revolting alleged incident:
“We took immediate action with the driver and ended his contract with us,” the company said in a statement. “We’re following up with the customer to apologize and are coaching the representative who was previously in touch with the customer.”