Bree ... hell has no fury like a Twitter-user scorned.
Bree ... hell has no fury like a Twitter-user scorned. Twitter

Uber driver picks up her partner's mistress by accident

Warning: Coarse language.

HERE is a modern day drama that would make Shakespeare proud.

An Uber driver from Florida named Bree has revealed how she inadvertently drove her boyfriend's mistress to his house.

Twitter user @Msixelaa took to the social media platform on Tuesday - an hour after the incident occurred - to tell how she was working a shift for the ride-sharing company when she picked a woman up from the airport.

Her retelling of the story has since gone viral.

Strap in. Things are about to get awkward.

It all began with this tweet ...
It all began with this tweet ... Twitter

The best thing to do is let her tell it in her own words. Note that it comes with a bit of a language warning.

It’s important to note that at this point, the passenger probably has zero idea of what is actually happening. She just thinks her Uber driver is having a violent meltdown.

 

But it doesn't end here! Oh no no no.

 

After the man made numerous requests to have the woman's luggage returned, Bree responded by sending pictures of her wearing the woman's belongings.

And that is how you get revenge.
And that is how you get revenge. Twitter

 

According to Complex, the mistress called the police and filed a police report about her stolen luggage.

"So, what I told them, 'cause she has no proof that I have her things, was "I do believe somebody left something in my car when they came to my job," and it was a bag.

"A trash bag, basically, is what I gave them. Her luggage - what luggage?"

As for her career with Uber, she says she was only on her second day of a trial, and since the other woman gave her a one-star review and left a complaint with the company (shocker!) she is no longer driving for them.

Her story is now trending with the hashtag #uberbae

News Corp Australia


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