Uber has said that it has since spoken to the driver, banned the woman's account and is conducting an investigation.
An Uber spokesperson told Newsweek that the driver has been banned from the app and the company is ready to help with an investigation.
"I love this," a Redditor wrote. "Corporations rarely ever admit that they're wrong!"
"I'm so glad you finally got away from your damn wife," the mistress purportedly said upon getting into the Uber.
"I'm never taking an order to deliver to a school," said Jonathan Reisig, who alleged he was detained by eight police officers.
The now-viral TikTok videos highlight a scam known as "vomit fraud."
Motional and the ride sharing company will offer driverless rides in 2023.
"She really wanted to arrest me," said the driver, after a Hamilton, Ontario police officer ordered him to blow in a breathalyzer several times.
The passenger purportedly blew up after realizing he was being recorded, according to the driver's now-viral Reddit post.
"It blows my mind the amount of people who do not tip their Uber drivers," one TikTok commenter wrote.
Sophia Sciascia, who owns the Ring Doorbell, told Newsweek that the drunk young woman entered the wrong address into Uber but didn't realize until too late.
"The fact it goes through the kitchen and then someone delivers it, that puts a bit of worry on your mind," said Emily Somers, who ordered the burger.
The ride-share giant claims that the program is designed to add no more than eight minutes to a user's ride.
Teeth, lawn equipment, 500 grams of caviar and a bucket of slime were among the interesting reported items in 2021.
"It didn't take much convincing and he was on his way to pick it up," said Kristen Hampton who hired the driver to help.
"Now that (driver) is on the loose giving other people rides putting other people in danger," the tweet said.
Police said the Uber driver is a male in his 50s who was transporting a male who allegedly shot the victim in the vehicle.
Uber has scrapped its requirement for passengers in the U.S. to wear face masks during their journeys with a major update to its pandemic safety rules.
Some customers noted that Uber prices increased by nearly 10 times the normal rate as panicked New Yorkers attempted to flee the area.
Uber told NBC that the suspect used to be a ride-share driver for the company but added that he had not worked for them since 2021.
"You have the patience of a saint," a viewer wrote.
More than 40 percent of ride share drivers are still driving less or have quit working for the ride sharing apps despite the surcharges, a new poll shows.
Taxi drivers get access to Uber's massive customer base, which should cause ride prices to drop.
Taxis will begin showing up in the app for Uber users in New York City later this spring.
Before hopping back into an Uber or Lyft, protect yourself with these five tips to get to your destination safely.
While Uber and Lyft have begun implementing fuel surcharges on rides to help drivers, workers would still be paying an extra $13 a week for gas.
Jobs With Justice's Adam Shah told Newsweek that ride-sharing apps will need to realize that their drivers might leave if gas costs aren't reimbursed.
The passenger attempted to punch the driver after realizing he had canceled a previous trip.