A DOORDASH employee was concerned after learning how a customer had tracked her down.
Turns out the Panera dinner she was bringing over wasn’t the only thing the man was interested in, and he made sure to tell her.
In the clip, the woman doing puja on social media shared a screenshot of their conversation.
For starters, it seemed like the man wanted to be sure that she delivered for DoorDash first, so he asked her outright.
When she clarified that she supplies groceries for the company, she wondered why he even asked.
He initially admitted it would sound strange but tried to approach her.
Since she had recently delivered food to his house, he had checked his house cameras and noticed how “cute” she was.
So he decided to pull her name out of the delivery app and later realized what a “unique” name she had.
After finding out how unusual her name was, he decided to search her on social media and finally found her.
The man thanked her again for the food she had delivered to his home. Then he asked if his approach struck her as odd at all.
Without hearing any reply from Puja, he went on to explain, “I just typed your name in the search bar. You were the second choice.”
Unfortunately for him, she ended up not answering him at all.
Curiously, other social media users didn’t find the man’s actions strange at all.
One person said: “My husband is just trying to get his shot off.”
A second wrote: “Awwww that’s cute.”
“It is sweet. Nevertheless, stay safe. It was probably one of those things where he was like, ‘Uh, it wouldn’t hurt to see if I actually find her,'” continued a third.
And while Puja had a man tell her how pretty she was, another woman wasn’t so lucky.
In fact, she got her date to flip the car right back after glancing at the text he accidentally sent her.
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5021771/doordash-employee-look-up/ I’m a delivery driver – I’ve had clients come up to me on social media and then try to approach me, it’s creepy