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A DoorDash driver refused to give a Long Island customer his food after she felt stiffed by the $8 tip.
The heated confrontation was recorded on a Ring doorbell camera outside a home in Smithtown.
“I don’t think you realize the distance that it’s coming from because then you would never actually have given what you gave,” the female driver could be heard saying in a video posted to YouTube last week.
She then explained to the male customer that she “drove 40 minutes” to deliver the order from the neighboring town of Commack.
“Do you realize how far it is? Do you realize you ordered from Commack and you’re in Smithtown?” the woman said.
The customer insisted that the job involved a “15-, 20-minute drive” — which the woman denies.
“I just drove it, it’s 40 minutes. It’s 12½ miles,” she said.
When pressed on why she accepted the job, the woman explained that the app doesn’t reveal the total distance to couriers.
She then urged him to “make it right” by adjusting the tip and explained that he left $8 on the bill.
But the man pushes back, asking, “What the hell are you looking for?! I gave an $8 tip!”
“Okay, I’m gonna bring the food back,” she said before walking back down the driveway.
It’s unclear when the encounter occurred.
DoorDash didn’t immediately respond to request for comment.
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