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Uber shames cab services in India again! Delhi girl shares a horrible incident on Facebook

She posted a full-fledged post on Facebook narrating the happenings. The post has got massively viral on social media.
India TV News Desk New Delhi March 16, 2017 18:47 IST
India TV News Desk

The horrifying incidents of women with the cab drivers aren’t seeing a halt in anytime soon. Once more, an Uber driver brings shame to the famous aggregator service in India. A Delhi girl has shared an awful experience she had a with a shady uber-driver. The girl took the cab from her residence in Mehrauli to her office in Gurgaon. During the journey, the cab driver started asking suspicious questions from her. When she opposed to his creepy questions, he threatened her to bump the cab into a car. What happened next went too far for our imagination. 

She posted a full-fledged post on Facebook narrating the happenings. The post has got massively viral on social media. 

Here’s what she posted: 

"This is my last experience with Uber. Today morning I booked a cab for my residence at Mehrauli to my office at Gurgaon, Udyog Vihar phase I. Immediately after the driver picked me up he started giving undue attention and asked me if I am going to my office and where do I work. I got suspicious at the moment and in order to avoid his questions, I started talking over the phone. Once I started speaking on the phone, he increased the volume of the radio to the maximum, however I didn’t confront him as I didn’t want any arguments. Then, when I stopped talking over the phone he started to ask me creepy questions like; “Madam, where do you stay and where are you from? Do you stay alone? Aap Delhi se nhi lag rhe ho, itna bhi kya narazi hain, aap kuch bhi nhi bol rahe ho?” 

"Then I asked him to be professional and do his own work. Suddenly he started driving very rash and was about to hit a car. When I asked him to drive properly, he told me “should I hit the other car (gadi thok du kya dusre gadi mein, tab aapko pata chalega”…I told him that I’ll make a complaint against him. He then, asked me to get down from the car in the middle of the road and I had to literally get down from the car in the midst of the traffic. Once got down, he started following with the car.  He kept on following me for 2-3 minutes and then something clicked in mind and I have pretended like reading the number plate of his car and complaining someone.  He then drove away," the post added.

"I had to walk till the Sultanpur metro station and booked a different cab. The story doesn’t end here. In the meantime, I wrote a feedback to Uber explaining about the incident and got a pop up that they will call me. I got a call within 2 minute, however couldn’t pick up as I was about to give the OTP to my OLA driver. Once I reach office, I called in the same number as advised by my friends and resent a feedback to Uber in written. I asked the person if he is from Uber and he was first confused and then told me he was from head office. When I was about to complaint, he interrupted me and told me that the driver has made a complaint against me. I was really furious and narrate him the entire incident. However I didn’t feel that I was talking to someone in customer service, it seems to me that I was talking to the same driver. At last when I told him that I am going to make a police complaint, he told me the same driver will not come to pick me up again. I tried to explain him that how it can be disastrous if the same person picks other girls and there can be an incident in the future. However, he didn’t listen to me and told me he had spent enough time talking to me. I told this incident to one of my colleague and he also listen to my recorded conversation with the Uber person. My friend told me that it can’t be any professional who has called me, but it has to be the driver himself or any of his friend. Then, my friend called in the same number and asked who it is; he replied that he is a Uber driver, " adds the post.

We have lost count on how many times the cab drivers have misbehaved with women. This incident again questions the safety of women in the National Capital Region.