An Uber driver in California had two especially bad customers Saturday night, and posted a video on YouTube of their antics, which included throwing up and attacking cars.
Travis Cole, said that he has had over 1,300 successful rides, until he picked up two girls who appeared to be drunk in Los Angeles, Saturday.
“So I picked up 2 girls in Hollywood and they were wasted but I first asked if they are going to be sick and if they puked already but they said they were good so I continued the ride,” wrote Cole on YouTube Sunday. “Not even a minute down the street the girl in the back starts making gagging noises so I immediately hand her a vomit bag but she does not even use it. She begins puking all over herself and the back of my car so I pull into the nearest parking lot which was [an] In-N-Out off of Sunset and Orange in Hollywood”
That’s when things took a turn for the worse.
The two girls get out of the car and allegedly attack Cole’s car.
“Her friend gets out of the passenger side of my vehicle and tried helping her friend out but they both stumble out of the car covered in puke and fall on the ground. They become agitated with one another,” wrote Cole. “They become very violent and began smashing up my car with their fists and high heel shoes so I closed up my car and locked it and got away from them so they couldn't try to hurt me while I called 911.”
Then the video shows the two girls begin attacking other cars and getting into swear-laced altercations with other people in the parking lot.
“These two girls literally begin rampaging in the In-N-Out parking lot and start hitting other vehicles as well as mine and use their high heels to hit my windows of my car as well as other parked vehicles and vehicles in the drive-through waiting to order food,” wrote Cole. “They then also begin hitting and attacking innocent bystanders. This continued until police arrived to tackle them and contain them.”
In the video, the girls start fights with multiple people in the parking lot while running around. They both keep falling.
Cole wrote that he had a horrible night and learned a valuable lesson.
“Drivers need to be very cautious about who they allow into their vehicles,” wrote Cole.