30 Uber Drivers Talk About Their Weirdest, Creepiest Passengers 

These Uber drivers from Ask Reddit have met some bizarre people.

1. So I had a few weeks off between jobs a few years ago so I decided to try Uber. The worst experience was at 3am I picked up 2 couples from the stretch of bars downtown after some big country concert. The guys were super nice, the one in the front seat even had the same 1st name as me and we were chatting. Turns out that the guys met the girls at the bar and they were all heading back to the girls hotel. About halfway through the ride one girl decided she wanted McDonald’s and since it was her Uber (it was the guys) I had to take her to McDonald’s. The other girl said she didn’t want McDonald’s and she just wanted to get laid.

They keep arguing and I keep talking to the guy in the front seat until the guy in the backseat tells me I need to pull over. I look back and see the girls fighting in my backseat. I pullover and we get the girls out, somehow they got loose and started fighting again in the middle of the street. I call the cops and by the time the cop got there we have them separated again (McDonald’s girl tried to bang her friends head against the concrete).

I tell the cop that it’s McDonald’s girl that is the aggressor so he goes to arrest her and she starts resisting so I help the cop restrain her. Once we get her in the backseat she starts trying to kick the windows out so we get her back out of the car because the cop wanted to hog tie her. Finally 2 other cops show up and I’m relieved of my duties. She just kept yelling about how she’s a lawyer and she wasn’t read her Miranda rights.

I turned off the app, took the 2 guys home and never gave another ride.

2. I took a guy to a nearby town across the river at 3am.

When he got out he came to the driver’s window and said “Ever see pure evil? I am the reincarnation of Jeffry Dahmer!”

Then he walked away down the dark street. 

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