Just Eat driver caught in the act ‘devouring £70 worth of food’ on park bench

A Just Eat driver devoured £70 worth of food after nicking a customer's order and then being caught in the act, according to the man who claims he bought the grub.

A bloke called Curt and a group of friends made the order and, he said, waited two hours before going to the rider's geo location which is shown on the website. Curt said his mate was confronted by the sight of the rider alongside his bike and another person, tucking into the order.

Pictures, shared yesterday (December 8) that show the scene depict the rider sitting at a picnic bench outside, before he pulls his hoodie over his head.

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Writing about the incident on X (formerly Twitter), Curt said: "We were waiting about 2 hours for the order, mate decides to cycle down to his position and caught him munching on our order…madness."

Asked what Just eat had done to rectify the matter, he added: "Nothing yet mate, unreal ain’t it."

In a reply to Curt on X Just Eat appeared to try and shift the blame before urgung him to direct message them, although he said earlier that he'd already been in touch.

"Hi there, thanks so much for reaching out and making us aware.

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"Most couriers are employed directly by independent restaurants, but we do work with third party courier companies, agency couriers and self-employed independent contractors in certain areas of certain cities.

"We hold ourselves to high standards and expect all drivers to act responsibly and respectfully at all times. We'd appreciate it if you could share any further details with us in a DM so we can look into this further."

The Daily Star has approached Just Eat for a comment.

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