‘Uber’ driver laughs and tells woman ‘you’ll stay in my car’ in chilling footage

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A TikTok user uploaded a video showing a dimly lit Uber ride through Birmingham. In it, the driver repeatedly tells a woman she can’t get out of his vehicle.

An “Uber”The driver confided in his terrified female passenger “stay in my car”He refused to let her get out of his car, as she pleaded for him.

TikTok user shares video of a darkly lit Uber ride through Birmingham. In it, the driver tells a woman she can’t get out of his vehicle.

She claimed that she had just recently experienced the same experience. “honestly so scary”.

Uber “we investigate thoroughly when reports are made to us”However, the company has not confirmed that the incident occurred in any of their vehicles.

The footage shows a man saying: “No, no, no you will stay in my car.”

A woman answers: “No I don’t want to stay in your car.”

The man asks her questions. “why”Audibly upset, she insists that she doesn’t want to be left in the car.

The driver continues: “Because you don’t want to go back to sleep.

“You don’t wish to return home. You’ll work with me up to five.”

The woman repeats “no, I’ll go home” as the driver continues to insist that she will stay with him, and laughing.

In a second clip he can again be heard telling her: “It’s not your desire to return home.”

She says to him: “No, I’m not going to stay with you I’m going to go home.”

According to her TikTok activity the woman has commented on posts since then, which seems to indicate that she made it safely home.

Alias Shake, another TikTok user responded to the video by saying: “Why do us girls have it so hard in this world?”

Paige Forrester replied: “No this is my worst fear stop.”

Uber was contacted by The Mirror for comment. “there is no place for this kind of behaviour in the Uber community”.

The statement went on: “We investigate thoroughly when reports are made to us.

“During investigations, we typically suspend driver access to the platform temporarily before taking the appropriate action. This could include the permanent removal of a driver from the platform.

“Over the last three years we have launched a range of new safety features, including an emergency assistance button, our first-ever 24/7 support phone centre and the ability to share your live journey with loved ones.”