DoorDash driver makes use of the trash can within the residence foyer as a bathroom – CBS Pittsburgh

BRENTWOOD, California (CBSLA) – A DoorDash driver was captured by a security camera using the lobby of an apartment building in Brentwood, Calif. As a toilet while delivering food to a resident.

Lisa Stanley, co-host of the K-EARTH 101 morning show, shared a video on Twitter Thursday morning showing the delivery driver approaching with a bag of food and dropping it off to a neighbor before falling into a trash can.

Yes, that happened in my building! @DoorDash driver used my lobby as a toilet and now @DoorDash doesn’t want to pay to clean up! And she continued delivering and handling food! Hideous! @KTLAMorningNews #doordash #horrorstory #healthhazard #driver #DeliveryDriver

– Lisa Stanley (@LisaKearth) November 16, 2021

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Stanely, who manages the building, said she didn’t know what happened until a neighbor told her there was feces in the lobby. Then she checked the security video and watched the act.

“I watched the video and literally vomited for being so sick,” she said. “… There is no scenario in the world for what I have seen. This is a health problem here, because then you can be sure that she will deliver other meals. “

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Stanely said she contacted DoorDash and the company informed her that the driver is no longer able to deliver with them.

DoorDash also refunded her meal order and added $ 20 credit to her account, according to a tweet shared by Stanley.

REALLY, because that’s what your people sent yesterday when we told them to! Incredible

– Lisa Stanley (@LisaKearth) November 16, 2021

“I would have asked if I might let her use my bathroom!” Stanley added.

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DoorDash released a statement stating, “The trust and security of our community are extremely important and what is shown in this video is absolutely unacceptable and worrying. We deactivate this dasher and are actively working to stay in touch with the construction staff so that we can reimburse the cleaning costs. We will also cooperate with law enforcement agencies in all investigations. “

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