16 FOODPANDA Riders Get Pranked into Sending Food to a Manila Address

16 FOODPANDA Riders Get Pranked into Sending Food to a Manila Address

16 FOODPANDA Riders Get Pranked into Sending Food to a Manila Address
Photo: Rome Vladimir Agito Cuevas on Facebook/CNN

Around 16 Foodpanda riders reportedly got pranked into sending orders to a address in the capital of Manila, Philippines.

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According to Mashable, the incident immediately went viral on Facebook as photos started circulating the social platform.

Moreover, the resident of the pranked address posted the photos online.

Rome Vladimir Agito Cuevas told Reportr that the suspicious deliveries cost around US$35-US$39 or nearly PhP2,000.

Furthermore, Foodpanda riders revealed receipts of the pranksters targeting him selected the cash on delivery option.

16 FOODPANDA Riders Get Pranked into Sending Food to a Manila Address
Photo: Click the City

“I was just surprised because I did not many any orders,” Cuevas said.

As per the receipts shown, the food deliveries came from two users, one named Keisha Ann Bernabe and a “Triple X”.

Needless to say, Cuevas told news outlets it’s highly likely he became a subject of the prank.

Because it’s not possible that Foodpanda glitched and sent more than a dozen riders when he didn’t purchase anything in the first place.

To bury the hatchet, Cuevas instead paid for about four deliveries. While his neighbors shouldered the rest.

Frustrated, a few riders just left the vicinity unpaid.

Damn, we really need that vaccine ASAP to prevent these awful things from happening.