An Uber driver in New York is accused of sending a female cancer patient a series of abusive messages after she decided to cancel her ride.
Alexandra Craigle claims that she ordered an Uber car to drive her home after undergoing a radiation therapy session at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
But the Daily Mail reports that one minute after she ordered an Uber car, she realised that she had left her scarf in the hospital. After cancelling the Uber car, and getting in a yellow taxi instead, the abuse started.
Craigle claims that the Uber driver sent her a series of angry text messages phone calls and voicemail messages, enraged that she cancelled the ride.
Here’s a screenshot that she shared of the messages:
Craigle took to Twitter to share what had happened to her, claiming that the driver had called her multiple times.
Uber responded to Craigle’s email by offering her $US30 in credit to go towards future Uber rides.
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