Deliveroo’s driver shares the truth about “annoying” customers and long waits

Deliveroo driver Caroline Austen has taken to TikTok to share the truth about what it’s like to work for the company, adding that some customers can be annoying

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Deliveroo driver Caroline shared what it’s like to work for the company

A Deliveroo driver has spoken about what it’s like to work for the company – and said some customers can be annoying.

Caroline Austen used TikTok to share her insights with other social media users and she has revealed what’s going on behind the scenes.

She said “lazy” customers can be annoying, adding that most of her job is waiting for orders to come in, but she still enjoys it.

Caroline said she could make a lot of money on a good night out, and customers often tip, which increases her income.

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Heading to TikTok where she uploads as @caroline_austenCaroline gave an overview of a night in her job as a Deliveroo driver.

She made several trips to Co-op, a Zizzi’s restaurant and a local Italian takeaway.

She said one order was annoying because the customer lived “a minute” away, and another order embarrassed her in front of a “fit” man.

Caroline went on to share how she “waited” a lot between orders, saying, “You make a lot of it, but eventually you get orders.”

A follower asked how much money Caroline was making on her shift, and she replied: “About £36 including tips and a fee increase.”

She then went on to explain that £6 of her income was tips.

Meanwhile, a bus driver has shared little-known rules about public transport – including why you can’t get on after the doors have closed.

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Stephen took to TikTok to share his insights into what it’s like to work on buses and said he’s tired of being blamed by people when things aren’t going the way they are.

He said there were rules he had to follow – and one related to the doors in particular, as Stephen said he was not allowed to open them again once they were closed.

Stephen, who drives buses in Glasgow, Scotland, said bus operators face a fine if they open the doors after ‘servicing’ a stop and he could be in big trouble with his employer if he opens them again .

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