DoorDash Customer Hires Driver to Snoop on Another House by Ordering Food There, Sparks Debate
A DoorDash customer asked their driver to snoop on another house for them after ordering food to a different address.
There are few things that'll fill you with more anxiety than the thought that your significant other is seeing someone else behind your back. You try your best not to jump to conclusions. You give yourself a pep and go through a bunch of mental gymnastics to stop yourself from orchestrating different ways of "catching them in the act."
Do you snoop on their phone? Drive by their job to see if their car is in the parking lot during their lunch break? Maybe you try to check their followers on social media to see if any new people popped up in their list who may be taking their time away from you.
Or you could do what this DoorDash customer did and hire a food delivery driver to go by their house and snap a photo of it so you can see which cars are parked outside.
That's what TikTok user Bryant Shotwell Jr. said one individual requested after ordering a single lemonade from Wendy's and had it delivered to what people assumed was their significant other's address.
Bryant says that the customer "gifted" them lemonade and a tip (the customer paid $13 for a $6.25 order) asked for just that: a drive-by of the house and some information.
"This customer ordered something to someone else’s house just to check to see if there are any cars outside. Some people changing the game, man," he said.
A screenshot of the customer's text reads, "Drive past the house and send me a picture of the house and whatever cars are there." The driver did just that and the DoorDash user thanked them for their compliance in the snooping matter.
Bryant hashtagged the video with "#sneakylink #wouldyoudoit," and it appears like many commenters would.
There were a lot of people who applauded the individual's inventiveness in asking a DoorDash driver to basically be their eyes and ears. "I get paid and get a lemonade to snoop? LOL, I’d be down," @nishaohnisha_ wrote.
Others joked saying, "It's the rent-a-wingman special."
@dekheya1993 wrote, "I’m dead as hell, bro. She definitely change the game. Would’ve never thought to do this."
But there were others who thought that the customer in question may have been a stalker and that the DoorDash driver could've been enabling this person's unhealthy obsession with another.
Tanya Givens wrote, "I get paid to deliver. I am not setting myself up for liability if the customer is crazy."
Another user who goes by Maria writes, "I wouldn't. I have known too many people with crazy stalkers for this to not throw up."
"Everyone saying she changed the game, and I'm just wondering ... what game? You mean stalking someone? The heck y'all doing this day n age?" user @kenny_boyoo.
What do you think? Is Bryant potentially endangering anybody by snooping? While it's perfectly legal to take a picture of someone's house, some would argue that the intent of the customer along with a record of that correspondence might complicate things.