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I am sure this is happening, guys. I read about it daily.
They are saying this will happen by the end of the week.
Imposters are scary. You can get robbed or even attacked if you are a woman.
I have heard that this happens a lot in some countries. They pick up tourists this way, and once at the destination or during the trip when you notice, they would demand absurd payments.
Is that really true.
This driver did nothing wrong, right? I wonder why he just didn't comply. Just per right, I guess.
My point is that even if he stepped out and did things the officer asked, no harm would have come to him. The police was probably trying to mitigate risk, say a chance this dude was dangerous or something. It's hard to blame the cope, because I feel like there must have been a reason. (then again I didn't really carefully watch the video.)
Is this the beginning of a #DeleteLyft movement?
Is there anyone decent who works at Uber?