‘Hope that d**k taste good b***h!’ DoorDash driver leaves ominous note before posting video of himself poking his finger into NYPD cop’s Chipotle lunch
- The video posted by Facebook user So Certified appears to show him contaminating a delivery headed for a cop at Brooklyn’s 61st Precinct
- The driver appears to stick a note in the food that reads ‘hope that d*k taste good,’ implying that more may have been done to the food
- The user claims he is the delivery driver and posted of Facebook that, ‘that was personal that’s All We At War’
- The video was posted on Monday at 2.45pm
- Police said they were investigating the incident
- DoorDash said it had fired the driver, who remains unidentified
A video posted to Facebook that apparently shows a DoorDash delivery driver possibly incriminating himself and contaminating a Chipotle delivery bound for an NYPD cop, is now under investigation.
The video, posted Monday at 2.45pm by user So Certified, who claims to be the driver, shows him sticking his finger inside what appears to be a burrito bowl. It also shows an ominous handwritten note saying, ‘hope that d*k [sic] taste good b***h!’ implying that something more may have been done to the food.
‘Ya kno I’m bout to violate the s**t out this order 61st precient [sic],’ he captioned the video.
‘I dreamed of moments like this god u been so good to me like idk how to re pay u,’ it continued.
A video posted to Facebook Monday appeared to show a DoorDash delivery driver placing an ominous handwritten note, and his finger inside a Chipotle meal bound for an NYPD cop
Facebook user So Certified posted the video, and appeared to claim he was the driver
The note implies something more may have been done to the food
The post also appears to show delivery instructions for an officer at the 61st Precinct in Brooklyn.
In the comments section, the user replied to their own video, posting: ‘This is a fb public announcement no I do not violate ppl food like that as u can c that was personal that’s All We At War (foreva) cardi b voice’
Police said the incident was under investigation, but would not confirm what the officer did with the food.
DoorDash said it has fired the unidentified driver.
Along with the video, the unidentified driver also appeared to post the delivery order bound for the NYPD’s 61st Precinct in Brooklyn
The user, in the replies to his own video, wrote that it, ‘was personal’
The 61st Precinct in Brooklyn. Police said they are investigating the incident
‘This behavior is absolutely unacceptable and has no place in our community,’ a spokeswoman for the delivery app told the Daily Mail. ‘We take the trust and respect of merchants, customers, and Dashers extremely seriously. We have deactivated the Dasher and have reached out to the customer involved.’
Laurie Schalow, chief corporate affairs officer for Chipotle, released a statement condemning the driver’s actions.
‘The actions displayed by this third-party delivery driver are inexcusable, and we’ve ensured our delivery partner has deactivated the individual’s account,’ she said.