If you’re cheating on your partner, you may want to avoid booking an Uber with Ronnie.
An Uber driver has gone viral on TikTok after posting a video telling the story of how she exposed a passenger who was cheating on his wife.
An Uber driver dropped off a cheating passenger at his home after his lover jumped into their car.
“Okay, listen up, you cheaters,” Ronnie says in the video. “If you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and you ever need a lift or an Uber and you take my car, be careful if you ever tow that type of car.” [expletive] What this guy pulled today, you’ll get the same thing.”
Rooney explained how she picked up an Uber passenger from his home after he asked for a ride. The passenger’s wife and children accompanied him to the car and bid him farewell. Once the man got into Ronnie’s car, he added a stop to his journey.
“So we stopped at the station and this lady came out, with a little bit of luggage, like a handbag and a little tote bag,” she said. She came in and said, “I’m so glad you finally got away from yours.” [expletive] wife.'”
Rooney then claimed that the woman and her first passenger shared a passionate kiss in the back seat before the man told Rooney that he had changed the drop-off location. She wasn’t aware of exactly where the two were headed next.
As the two started chatting, Ronnie heard snippets of their conversation.
“You know, I’m tired of you putting me off. When are you leaving?” The woman asked the man, and he replied, “You know I have some things I have to take care of. Let’s talk about this later.”
“Mind you I was about five miles away from him [the man’s] “Home,” Ronnie said, and an idea began to spark in her head. She claimed that as a freelancer, she knew she had the right to stop traveling at any time she chose. “Uber won’t fire me, Uber won’t ban me, Uber won’t get rid of me,” she explained.
That’s why Ronnie decided to do what she did next: she dropped the guy off at his house with his mistress.
Rooney said: “There is nothing worse than a dog,” indicating that she will not support anyone who betrays, whether male or female. She continued: “Be better people, do better in life.” “I’m sure it didn’t end well for him today, because they both had their belongings and were both standing in his front yard when I left.”
“You should be ashamed of yourself, I hope you see this.”
Although some people praised the Uber driver, others said she crossed the line.
Rooney claimed the man’s wife sent her a “huge thank you” after the incident, and many people on TikTok agreed. “Not all superheroes wear capes. Congratulations baby,” one TikTok user commented, while another added: “Vote for you for president.”
However, others believe Rooney crossed a line and should not have interfered with a passenger’s business, citing the potential danger she could put herself or others in.
“Something bad could have happened. People are killing people for less money. His children were there,” one user noted.
“No matter how wrong they were, it was none of your business nor your job,” another wrote.
Whether or not you should tell someone that you suspect their partner is cheating on you is largely personal.
It’s normal to feel like someone might be cheating. However, this painful news should be delivered with extreme caution, especially if you are not familiar with the situation.
Megan Quinn is a YourTango writer covering entertainment, news, self, love and relationships.
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