Food Delivery Man Does Wee In Customers Lift

Story By: John FengSub-Editor:  Joseph Golder, Agency: Asia Wire Report 

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This footage shows a delivery man walking into a lift holding his client’s takeaway meal before undoing his zip and doing a wee on the floor.

The revolting act was captured in full by a lift camera inside the Qingfeng Biyuan Residential District in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province in East China.

The footage dated 25th November shows the man entering the lift and wearing a blue helmet thought to belong to Chinese food delivery company ELEME.

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He holds a plastic bag containing his client’s meal box in his right hand, and he is seen pressing the desired floor shortly after entering the lift car.

But seconds later, the man faces the corner of the lift, undoes his zip with his free hand and then proceeds to urinate on the floor.

He zips himself up again before exiting the lift car, leaving the puddle of fresh wee on the floor.

According to reports, local residents discovered the delivery man’s actions after spotting the “smelly” wee and believing it was left by a pet dog.

An inspection of the CCTV cameras revealed the truth.

Residents of the building told local media they were carrying out their own investigation into the matter, and are believed to have lodged a formal complaint with ELEME.

ELEME did not comment publicly on the incident, but the company is understood to be looking into the incident as well.

Social media user ‘Liumang Keven’ wrote: “He’s delivering your meal and didn’t even wash his hands.”

‘Qingqing Zhuozhuo Niwota’ said: “How can he not know there’s a camera there?”

‘Chongfu Zuoyige MengT’ added: “He just had to find somewhere with a camera.”

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John Feng

I am a senior journalist and editor, and have worked for a number of different news agencies over the last decade. I am currently editor-in-chief of the Asia Wire Report news wire.

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