"He Finished The Soup": Lady In Tears As Dispatch Rider Eats Food He Was Sent To Deliver To Her

"He Finished The Soup": Lady In Tears As Dispatch Rider Eats Food He Was Sent To Deliver To Her

  • A lady was surprised after finding out that the food she was expecting had been halved by the delivery man bringing it
  • In a TikTok video, the lady said her friend sent her the food, and when it was delivered, she noticed the soup and catfish were tempered with
  • She recorded a video and posted it on TikTok, where it is trending and getting many reactions

A lady on TikTok said a dispatch rider ate the catfish and banga soup he was to deliver to her.

In the hilarious video, @karenated said the unnamed dispatch rider ate half of the food. She opened the soup bowl for people to see.

Lady says dispatch rider ate her food.
The lady said her friend sent her catfish and banga soup, but the dispatch rider ate part of the dish. Photo credit: TikTok/@karenated.
Source: UGC

The dispatch rider's face was not shown in the video, but he was seen handing a plate to the lady who started asking questions.

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Many TikTok users agreed that the food was tampered with, even as the lady said the rider apologised to her.

She wrote:

"My friend sent me a full bowl of banga soup and catfish and the rider ate half of it. He said it was a mistake. The dude finished the soup and half of the swallow, and he said “Sorry”."

Watch the video below:

Reactions as dispatch rider eats part of food he was sent to deliver

@Haro_bed said:

"Ate half? He finished the soup and left the bones."

@Esan bea said:

"You get time dey talk too much. If na me I go call area boy make then help me roll he bike inside my house. Make him go call their company people."

@aisosaogboro589 said:

"Please what was his "explanation". Can only be Lagos. Sorry."

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@Renny Njemanze said:

"Who will pay the delivery fee abeg? He can eat it, but I’m not paying for the delivery, there was no delivery."

Dispatch Rider Gains Admission To Study At University Of Ghana

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that Michael, a dispatch rider who did very well in his WASSCE exam, has gained admission to study at the University of Ghana.

A young man took to social media to share the WASSCE result slip and admission of Michael on X and pleaded with well-meaning Ghanaians, groups, and organizations to come to the aid of the intelligent SHS graduate.

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