Yes you read the headline correctly - a woman appears to have lay down under a delivery driver's car in order to force him to carry a fridge into her home.
A TikToker captured a woman lying under his front and back tires while on the phone and you can watch the bizarre incident below if you don't believe me:
The viral clip, posted by @thottyyboyy, was simply captioned: "Cant make this s**t up."
As shown in the video above, the TikToker says: "She want me to hit her."
The woman then replies: “No, I just want you to put the refrigerator in the house.”
“We can’t lift that thing. We don’t even have a dolly,” the woman adds, while still lying under the car - as another appears to be blocking the front of his vehicle.
In a series of follow-up videos, the TikToker explains what was going on, from his point of view.
He claims that his plan was to simply drop off the fridge, however, the women then apparently asked him to take their old fridge out of their home so he can basically put the new one in.
“So she tell me you ain’t going nowhere ’till it’s done'," he says.
He also explains that his delivery was merely a 'drop-off', not an installation.
Well, the initial viral vid racked up a whopping 23 million views after it was posted six days ago (28 July) and many were quick to voice their thoughts on the follow-ups.
One one person wrote: "Respect the delivery guy, don't expect him to work for free. Thank you for having a cool head, no doubt this could've went really off the rails."
A second thought: "I’d quit my job before I ever put that in their house."
Someone else suggested: "lol how much you wanna bet they chose drop off cause they didn't wanna pay for install and haul away."
"Everybody who worked for a company that deliver know they can only do what they paid for. Hell nah they wanna be cheap that’s they fault," a fourth added.
Another said: "My company does curbside delivery. I always try to help people that are nice. I refuse to help any entitled people who expect things from me."
While a final user claimed: "Lol there are different delivery packages, they probably just chose the cheaper option without reading it."
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