Uber has been a fantastic service, especially for those who drink, and preventing themselves to drive under the influence of alcohol.
It’s unfortunate to say that even when we’re trying to be ‘safe’ and not drink and drive, those under the influence may bring harm to others. Dr. Anjali Ramkissoon a fourth year resident at Jackson Health System in Miami hauled an Uber which was not hers.
Well I’m sure we’ve all mistaken an Uber which was not ours right?! But not like Dr. Anjali. She created a ruckus with an Uber driver who was simply doing his job and telling her not to sit in his vehicle.
From a vast temper tantrum, to foul language thrown to the innocent Uber driver, to property destruction. She went the whole nine-yards for this drunken fight and has unfortunately created a menace for her career as a Doctor.
The original passengers who were supposed to ride this fare happen to capture this disgusting behavior from Dr. Anjali.
The guy who took the video and was supposed to take his ride home in this Uber said,
We were on the phone with this Uber driver while he pulled up to our location. Out of nowhere the girl in the video gets in the backseat of his car and won’t get out. We told the driver it was ok[ay], to just cancel our ride, but he did not want to take her anywhere so he kept telling her to get out.
It is also said that prior to the video being taken that the driver got out of his car and pretended to call the cops (as no cops actually showed up for awhile). This did not phase Anjali as she reached towards the front seat, grabbed the keys, and started walking away with his keys in her hands. This is where the video begun…
The Jackson Health System in Miami stated that Dr. Anjali will be removed from all clinical duties. For now the Jackson Health System is further investigating the incident and will take action accordingly.
After the fact, it is said that police arrived on the scene. When the police handcuffed her, she then kicked the cops and was placed in the backseat of the cops vehicle. It kicked in to her system then while she began to cry and and apologize, and also claimed that she would lose her medical license if she was arrested.
The parties later agreed to a cash settlement in lieu of an arrest.
So what do you think, should Dr. Anjali have gotten off so easily? Was she wrong, or was this a drunk-human mistake? Should the poor Uber driver be compensated a bonus for having to deal with such a situation?!