SOCIAL media users are in shock after a video surfaced online of a DoorDash delivery worker relieving herself outside of a customer's apartment after delivering their food.

The worker was seen walking out of the elevator after delivering the order, then placing her rear end on the top of a trash bin to take a poop.


In what was supposed to be a simple deliver-and-go, a now-former employee of the popular food delivery platform was seen on the apartment complex security footage taking a public poop.

The video was uploaded on Twitter by Radio Show host Lisa Stanley after one of the neighbors reported that they saw feces in the lobby of the building in Brentwood, California.

She had then asked for the security footage, which revealed an unexpected culprit.

The delivery person was seen arriving at the apartment building with food in hand.

After entering the elevator to deliver the food, she returned to the lobby moments later.

However, before exiting the front doors, the worker made a stop at a nearby trash bin, within the building.

She then placed her backside against the bin before lifting up and dress and releasing poop on top of the bin.

Afterward, she is seen taking off her dress to check the back of it for any possible stains.

Then, she left.

Sometime later, a resident of the building came across the horrific scene and informed others about it.


Along with the video of the delivery worker's actions, Lisa tweeted: "Yep this happened in my building! @DoorDash driver used my lobby as a toilet and now @DoorDash doesn’t want to pay for clean up! And she went on to deliver and touch food! Vile!"

One viewer of the video wrote: "Well @DoorDash just lost me as a customer. WTH clean up after your dasher!!! Disgusting." 

Another added: "Probably not ordering from DoorDump anytime soon…Damn."

Later on, Lisa shared a screenshot of a message where she was told her order would be refunded by the company. She was also reportedly informed that the woman was no longer able to deliver through its platform.

Others attempted to rationalize the employee's actions by referring to how difficult it can be for individuals to find restrooms in emergency situations.

One said: "I'm not saying this is the case, but maybe blame the local businesses for not letting someone use the restroom unless you are a paying customer. I had that happen to me, the gas station closes its bathroom after a certain time and you can't use it. So guess what I had to do."

Another added: "Kinda looks like she had an emergency Flushed face maybe there was no choice. that is a strange video for sure."

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