An Uber Eats driver in California seems to have been caught on digicam thieving a man’s cat just before he dropped off a food supply to his neighbor.
Patrick Lewis, from Los Angeles, California, instructed CBS 2 on Sunday that his cat, Hog, was taken from in front of his dwelling on Tuesday when an Uber Eats driver dropped off a food from nearby cafe The Counter to his upstairs neighbor.
Lewis originally didn’t know what had took place to Hog as he walked all around the area exploring for the cat, but was then informed by neighbors that they saw the driver choose up the pet through the shipping and delivery previously in the day.
A person neighbor instructed Lewis, who located Hog 18 a long time in the past in Brooklyn, New York, that they saw the driver pick up the cat, when one more resident looked at the footage caught on their protection digicam, which showed the woman using the pet.
The movie, attained by CBS 2, confirmed the lady buying up the cat and putting it in a brown paper bag, just before placing it inside her white motor vehicle and ending providing the buy.
Lewis said that it was “the weirdest issue, that she practically…she picks up the cat, throws her in and then drops off a delivery from The Counter upstairs, like just form of…I do not know and then just drives off. She isn’t going to appear like a stray. She’s not a…she has a collar.”
He has only viewed the protection footage at the time, explaining that he will not likely perspective it yet again as “for me, it’s heartbreaking to see. That is my tiny girl remaining kidnapped quite a lot. That is what it appeared like to me.”
The operator advised CBS 2 that the cat is a well known section of the neighborhood community, as he has hosted drawing competitions of Hog with regional kids and witnessed them numerous make outfits for her.
He was specified the receipt and very first name of the Uber Eats driver by his neighbor and called the corporation in an endeavor to consider and get the cat back.
He stated that he built it apparent that he didn’t want the driver getting into difficulty, proclaiming that “we just want our cat again. That is all we want out of this.”
In a statement to CBS 2 on Sunday, Uber verified that it had been in contact with Lewis and stated: “What the shoppers documented is unacceptable.
“We are doing work to get the cat returned, stand all set to help in the police investigation, and will acquire the appropriate motion in opposition to the shipping and delivery man or woman.”
Newsweek has contacted Uber and the courier for comment on the video clip.