Doorbell Video Shows Delivery Man Secretly Sipping Milkshake Before Giving it to Boy

Zachary Stieber
By Zachary Stieber
March 29, 2019USshare
Doorbell Video Shows Delivery Man Secretly Sipping Milkshake Before Giving it to Boy
A doorbell camera in a file photo. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

A doorbell camera captured the moment that a DoorDash delivery driver took a sip out of a milkshake he was about to give to a boy.

The milkshake was soon handed to the customer and consumed.

Rajesh Malhotra, the boy’s father, said that he checked the footage the next morning.

“I looked at it, ‘Hey, the guy who delivered the food was sipping out of my son’s Cold Stone,” Malhotra, who lives in Stockton, California, told Fox 40. “[I thought] ‘Whoa, that’s crazy.’ I mean, how can someone jeopardize the product like that, especially the food?”

Rishab Malhotra, 14, who consumed the milkshake, added that he “felt really disgusted” when his dad showed him the video.

The family feels that the trust between them and DoorDash is irrevocably broken.

They said they alerted the company to what happened but haven’t received a response for over two weeks.

According to the company’s website, DoorDash specializes in food delivery. It promises “five-star service.”

“They just need proper training and then an apology, ‘Hey, what you did was wrong,'” Rajesh Malhotra told Fox 40.

“And we want to make sure he doesn’t do that to other people.”

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Doorbell Camera Captures Rescue

Another doorbell camera captured the moment a pair of workers drove by a house on fire and stopped to rescue a woman stranded on the roof.

The men were driving down the street in Clarksburg, West Virginia, on March 26 when they spotted the house on fire.

The woman had crawled out onto her roof as smoke billowed out of the window behind her.

At first, the men seem to have driven right on by but they soon appear carrying a ladder and help the woman climb down safely.

Kyle Jenkins uploaded the footage to Facebook. He said that the Clarksburg Fire Department responded to the fire and put it out before it could get to other nearby houses.

Darick Hibbs identified himself as one of the men and commented on the post.

“I just want to say there is no thanks needed. I did just what I feel I was put on earth to do, and that’s to help people in need. I’m just glad the lady was able to get out!!” he said.

Crystal Lundell, who said she was the sister of the woman who was saved, thanked Hibbs and the other man. “Thank you to the men that saved my sister, you have no idea how much we appreciate you,” she wrote.

Fire Chief Rick Scott later told The Exponent-Telegram that a preliminary investigation indicated the fire was accidental.

He said that the woman was the only one home when the fire started but that normally six people live in the home. They have received assistance.

“I spoke with her yesterday, and the Red Cross is helping them out,” he said. “They gave them some vouchers and have put them up until they are able to find someplace to rent.”

Scott also noted that a smoke alarm woke the woman up and said: “If people can’t afford them (smoke detectors) then we work with the Red Cross to help provide them. The newer ones have 10-year batteries in them and they are sealed so the batteries can’t be taken out. If people get the newest ones then that is best.”

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