In a bold and unflinching demonstration of the unsafe working conditions faced by Uber Eats drivers, local Uber Driver, Mark Fraggle, chowed down on a customer’s order while behind the wheel of his car.
“I just wanted to show the world what it’s really like out here on the front lines of food delivery,” said Mr Fraggle, as he wiped a sauce stain from his shirt. “We’re expected to transport hot, greasy food in a car that’s not equipped with a kitchen, let alone a sink, or a kitchen table. So, I thought I’d eat a customer’s meal in the car, just like I do every day.”
“It’s not just about the food,” Mr Fraggle added. “It’s about the lack of basic amenities, like a napkin or a place to wash your hands. We’re forced to improvise and it’s just not safe or hygienic.”
Mr Fraggle’s bold statement has sparked a nationwide debate on the working conditions of delivery drivers and the importance of providing them with the necessary tools to do their job safely and effectively.
“This is just unacceptable,” said one outraged local on Bendigo Have Your Say. “Delivery drivers deserve to have a safe and clean environment to work in. They’re the Gordon Ramsay of the fast food industry and they deserve better.”
In related news, the driver reported that the meal was actually quite delicious.”