Deliveroo’s driver gets HEALTHY for mocking a woman’s thrush cream order

Deliveroo driver has been FIRED for mocking woman’s thrush cream in online video

  • Man posted Instagram story under ‘traptendo’ handle
  • Has been credited as Jordon De Silva filmed giving the woman the bag
  • He had already opened the bag, but asked her what it was for
  • As she said “medication” and walked away, he grinned at the camera

A Deliveroo driver was fired after mocking a woman who ordered medicine to treat thrush in an online video.

The man, who posted the Instagram story under the ‘traptendo’ handle, and is named as Jordon De Silva, 25, from Cambridge, filmed himself handing a woman a Boots bag containing the antifungal cream, Canesten, which he had opened.

He was convicted after he posted images of him talking to the woman on social media.

The man says ‘Someone’s in some trouble downstairs, man’ to the camera.

The man, who posted the Instagram story under the ‘traptendo’ handle, and is named as Jordon De Silva, 25, from Cambridge, filmed himself handing a woman a Boots bag containing the antifungal cream, Canesten, which he had open

He was convicted after he posted images of him talking to the woman on social media.  The man says 'Someone's in trouble downstairs, man' to the camera

He was convicted after he posted images of him talking to the woman on social media. The man says ‘Someone’s in trouble downstairs, man’ to the camera

He asks the woman, who is filmed leaving her college dorm in Cambridge, to pick up the package, which is what the item is for.

And when she gives the answer ‘It’s medicine’, the driver asks, ‘Oh, for what? What do you use it for? Sight?’

He replies, “It’s face cream, isn’t it?” and as she walks away he says, “Oh okay. Good, goodbye before you look at the camera and chuckle.

The 25-year-old had also posted shirtless photos to the account, as well as images of cars.

He asks the woman, who is filmed leaving her college dorm in Cambridge to pick up the package, what the item is for.

He asks the woman, who is filmed leaving her college dorm in Cambridge to pick up the package, what the item is for.

He has since changed the profile picture on the account to a black screen and locked the account.

Footage of the incident was posted by Reegan Kay on Twitter, where it has been liked more than 3,000 times and viewed 226,000 times.

The message was captioned: ‘This @Deliveroo driver decided to open this woman’s package, pick her up and mock her for its contents.

“Men keep having the damn daring.”

“Like she probably ordered it through Deliveroo because it would be embarrassing to buy it in person and he went out of his way to make her feel uncomfortable AND post it online?????”

Footage of the incident was posted by Reegan Kay on Twitter, where it has been liked more than 3,000 times and viewed 226,000 times.

Footage of the incident was posted by Reegan Kay on Twitter, where it has been liked more than 3,000 times and viewed 226,000 times.

Deliveroo's driver gets HEALTHY for mocking a woman's thrush cream order

Deliveroo's driver gets HEALTHY for mocking a woman's thrush cream order

People were outraged by the images and wrote: 'Isn't this a police matter?'  and 'how disrespectful please make sure he is treated @Deliveroo'

People were outraged by the images and wrote: ‘Isn’t this a police matter?’ and ‘how disrespectful please make sure he is treated @Deliveroo’

People were outraged by the images and wrote: ‘Isn’t this a police matter?’ and ‘how disrespectful, please make sure he is treated with @Deliveroo.’

Others added: ‘prison’ and ‘he has to face the law’ and concerned for the girl in the video, another person said: ‘Imagine all the uni students on her campus who saw the video and probably laughed at her . † Hope she’s well…’

Elsewhere, other outraged tweeters said she deserves compensation and Just Eat and Uber Eats shouldn’t hire him.

Deliveroo said in a statement on Twitter: “Don’t worry, we will contact the customer, investigate immediately and no longer work with this rider.”

MailOnline has approached Mr De Silva for comment.

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