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Submitted by Stomper Randy
A GrabFood delivery rider has been banned after he was caught on video sipping on a drink a customer had ordered from McDonald's.
Stomper Randy alerted Stomp to a video posted by TikTok user @haziquehilbri on Thursday (Sept 7) where he shared footage of the rider drinking his iced Milo.
In the video, the GrabFood rider is clearly seen gulping down the drink.
At first, Hazique was willing to give the rider the benefit of the doubt and thought he might have gotten his own drink from McDonald's.
However, when he reviewed the footage, the rider was only carrying on drink.
When he received it, he said the mouthpiece of the cup was 'so wet'.
"I don't know if it's saliva or sweat, or a combination of that and like spilled Milo but that s*** was nasty," he said.
When he confronted the rider and told him there was a camera in front of his home, the rider reportedly just went: "Huh?"
Hazique added that he feels for food delivery riders and acknowledges that the work is tiring and they may be thirsty.
"But just take it off me man," he said.
"Just don't pass me something that you've put your lips on, I don't wanna lips another man."
He said he contacted Grab regarding the matter and requested the full refund.
He added that he wanted to know what happened to the rider because he did not think it was the first time he has done this.
Surprisingly, the rider had a five-star rating.
Hazique warned other east-siders about the rider and said he was happy to share the rider's details with other food delivery platforms, like Foodpanda and Deliveroo.
He ended his video saying he 'wanted to whoop his ass' but said it would've been petty over a cup of Milo and asked netizens what they would have done.
In response to a Stomp query, a Grab spokesman said: "This is against our code of conduct and we have banned the delivery-partner from our platform on the day the incident was reported.
"We have also issued a full refund on the order to our user.
"We want to reassure the public that this is a one-off incident and does not reflect the high standards that our delivery-partners uphold."