Delivery drivers refuse to bring my heavy order upstairs – but I found a simple hack to convince them | The Sun

A CRAFTY mum has admitted to playing a clever trick on clueless delivery drivers to make sure she gets what she wants.  

Cheryl Watt, 34, didn’t know what to do when the company arrived at her door saying they couldn’t lift the heavy items to her fourth floor home.

But the quick thinking business owner, who has a 16-year-old son, thought up the perfect excuse to make sure she never had to lift a finger herself.

Revealing her hack on TikTok, she wrote: “Me pretending to have a newborn baby to get the delivery company to carry my beds to the fourth floors

“Then realising I don’t have a baby so having to quickly search and play baby cooing sounds on YouTube and pretend to talk to it.”

However all didn’t go to plan as videos would automatically switch when the others ended and Cheryl ended up using multiple babies who sounded different.

She joked: “Had to think on my feet.

“They wanted ME to go down and carry two beds up.

“I had to think on my feet or my beds were being left on the ground floor.”

Cheryl, who goes by Cherylcruz92 on TikTok, posted another video with some recordings from a WhatsApp group chat with her friends that was running during the episode.

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She previously told how she was drugged on a first date and urged others to buy special kits which tell people if they’ve been spiked.

The mum, who trained as a solicitor, has very fuzzy memories of the night in question but remembers losing control of her limbs and ending up in a hotel room against her wishes.

She initially blamed herself for drinking too much but quickly suspected foul play and ordered a kit.

After using the test, it emerged that her drinks had been tampered with and that she’d ingested ketamine, a tranquilliser often dubbed a date rape drug due to it’s dangerous effects.

She said: “I narrowed it down by doing a lot of research to what I thought it was and I ordered kits specifically for this one drug. 

“I did three tests out of the five in the pack and every one of them was positive for ketamine.

“The advice I want to give to anybody who is out on a date who feels like that – they feel the next day that something has happened they didn’t want to happen, that something’s not quite right but they’ve brushed it under the carpet because they’ve been too drunk – please check.

“Please go onto Amazon and order these kits. Not a lot of people know that you can go and order these kits but they’re relatively easy to get a hold of.

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“So please check. Don’t put this down to ‘I was too drunk’ because I nearly did.”

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