Topless Woman Tries To Seduce Uber Driver (Robbery)
Have you heard about this Uber story from Louisiana?
The Harahan Police Department reported that Rayna Fillios, a 22-year old Uber customer called an Uber driver directly who she had previously received a ride from. She invited him over to her house.
According to the victim Uber driver, (who remains nameless), when he arrived, he was greeted at the door by his former passenger, Rayna Fillios who was topless. They had a brief conversation and apparentlty the driver felt she was teasing him and he attempted to leave. The woman had other ideas, she grabbed the driver toward her, pulled him into her bare chest, kissed him and bit his lip as a distraction.
When Fillios let go of the the driver, her boyfriend Anthony Kennedy hiding nearby, appeared yielding a knife on the vicitim and ordered him to hand over his money. After the victim refused to succumb to the robbery, the boyfriend proceeded to punch the driver in the mouth, knocking out one of his teeth. Kennedy fled the scene. The girl stayed in her home as if she was not part of the planned robbery.
The police were able to track down the boyfriend to his hiding place which was a shed at his residence. When the police called him to come out, Kennedy insisted on staying put. However the K9 team was able to persuade him otherwise. Kennedy was treated at the hospital.
This sounds like a poorly thought out scheme, perhaps one that was hatched only moments before the invitation or was created under the influence of a recreational drug. The boyfriend ran away after striking the victim and to his residence, like the police are really not going to look for him there? The girifriend stays home and pretends, she was innocent?
As ride share drivers, although it may be tempting to flirt, ask for phone numbers or seek extracurricular activities with some of our passengers, we need to remember why we are there in the first place. We are there simply to transport people from point A to point B in a professional manner and get paid for providing the service. If you are a driver doing otherwise, it will only be a matter of time before Uber receives enough customer complaints and you are banned from their system perhaps losing a tooth like our friend here or worse. Passengers should report any unwelcome behavior to Uber immediately.
What are your thoughts about this story? Don't be shy, add your comments at the bottom!
Insert your tweetable quote/phrase here
About the Author
Joseph has been a ride share driver for over a year. He enjoys meeting new people and having interesting conversations. Before moving to Delaware in 2006, he lived in Hawaii for 12 years on the island of Kauai. His goal is to bring the "aloha spirit" to his passengers and give them better service than they expect. In addition to driving, he is employed full time in the customer service industry for a major manufacturing company in Delaware.