A takeaway firm has experienced a furious backlash from customers after a woman tweeted a string of text messages allegedly sent by a delivery driver.
The driver was dismissed after the messages came to light.
Many were left disturbed by the contents of the messages – which include the driver calling her “beautiful”.
A screenshot of the Whatsapp message was circulated on Facebook.
After receiving the message, the mum who had ordered dinner for her and her partner, took to social media to share the incident with her friends.
She said: “So I ordered food for me and (my partner) last night … thought nothing of it until I woke up to a message on WhatsApp off him.
“Since when is it OK to take my number from ordering food?”
The message from the worker, who was employed by Bagillt Arms Kebab House, said: “Hi sorry if I am disturbing you I just wanted to message you because I think you are very beautiful and cute.
“I am the guy who delivered the food to your house today if you don’t want to talk tell me and I won’t message you again x.”
According to the Daily Post , North Wales Police confirmed the incident has been reported to them, and that they were looking into it.
Bagillt Arms Kebab House manager Izzet Atak said he was “shocked” by the actions of his employee and said he has been sacked.
Mr Atak said: “I sacked him, he won’t be working here anymore.
“I was so shocked honestly. I don’t know why he’s been texting customers, it’s the first time it’s happened and I don’t know why he’s done that.
“I’ve spoken to the customer and her boyfriend to tell them I’m really really sorry.”
A North Wales Police spokeswoman said: “We were made aware of the incident, which was reported to us on July 10 and are looking into it.”
Source : BirminghamMail