Couple kicked out of Uber for kissing

Couple kicked out of Uber for kissing

The driver, Ahmed Elbotari, 35, wearing a wrinkled, ill-fitting undershirt and frosted sunglasses, can be seen on a cell phone recording, which Iovine posted to YouTube, as he opens the back door of the vehicle after pulling over at Canal force the women to leave. "I thought he was kidding and then Alex said, 'I don't think he is'".

However, Iovine is yet to receive a response from Uber.

And a same-sex IN couple said that a driver for Lyft, another popular ride-sharing service, also kicked them out for a "peck". "She thought he was joking but he yelled at us for being disrespectful and inappropriate because we pecked on the lips".

The women say that the driver soon pulled over, opened the doors, and said, "You should not do that".

One of the women asked him what the issue was, and he said that kissing was "illegal" in a vehicle.

"I don't give a shit about them".

Speaking to the New York Post, Pichl recounted what happened, saying: "We got over the Manhattan Bridge into the city". "He started aggressively coming at us".

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A lesbian couple in New York City said they were booted from an Uber over the weekend for sharing a "peck kiss" in the backseat.

It was captured on cell phone video.

The spokesperson said that both the rider and the driver reported the incident. Additionally, he added that "It's my own auto. I didn't feel comfortable with them", he said. Why are we getting kicked out of the Uber?' and he said.

Uber has behaviour rules amounting to, basically, no sex in cars. "That's no sexual conduct between drivers and riders, no matter what".

The driver says: "It's illegal". Always try to be on time for your ride because nobody likes to wait. "You don't do that here in the auto ... you are not allowed to do this". Please respect those differences. They immediately got their phone out and began recording the confrontation, which quickly went from bad to worse. Alex and Emma called the Uber to take them from Gowanus to the East Village.

NYC's TLC, which governs taxis and other "for hire" cars, became aware of the incident after the New York Daily News Story, which included the video the women recorded.

The spokesman said: "It's 2018 in New York City, and this isn't the way we live anymore", before adding that El Boutari had committed "an unacceptable and repugnant act that will not be tolerated".

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