Do you ever get really annoyed whenever the food you ordered isn’t delivered on time? Well, guess what? You’re not the only one because the delivery guys feel the same way!
Recently, a video of one impatient food delivery guy went viral on Chinese social media. Many presumed he was waiting a long time for the food he was supposed to deliver to be finished.
After some time, he couldn’t stand waiting anymore and decided to take matters into his own hands. He then walked into the restaurant’s kitchen and started cooking the food himself so he didn’t have to wait! Poor fella!
The delivery man can be seen working away stirring food over a hot stove in an attempt to speed up the process, but it caused a polarising reaction among Chinese netizens, according to Shanghaiist.
Some of them praised the delivery guy for going the extra mile to make sure food was delivered to customers on time. However, other netizens thought it might affect the quality of the food.
“So, that’s why my food tastes so awful sometimes!” commented one user.
Well, yeah, if this happens in loads of restaurants, the food might not be up to par, but you can’t expect us to wait for such a ridiculously long time for our orders to arrive, lah!
What do you guys think? Let us know!
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