An Uber driver was captured on video when a woman in his car refused to get out.
“You are AT the hospital!” he shouts as the video opens.
The passive-aggressive woman in the backseat asks him, “Where is my destination?”
“Get out of my car NOW,” he yells, before informing her that he has a right to tell her to get out of his car and he’s choosing to do so.
She insists she doesn’t know where he took her but he says that when she requested the car she put in the requested destination.
“Why are you yelling at me?” she asks dripping with sarcasm.
“Because you won’t get out of my f*cking car!” he screams.
“But you’re not to yell at me,” she says.
He threatens to call the police, gets out of the driver’s side and walks to her door to open it, asking again for her to get out of her car and insisting the ride is over. “You’ve been extremely rude, extremely condescending this whole experience,” he continues.
She demands to know how she has been rude and he claims she kept him waiting and then told him she was in a hurry after he waited. The fight devolved into her trying to speak and the driver saying over and over again, “Get out of my car!”
Still refusing to move, she ultimately insisted that he had no right to scream at her. However, it’s his car, it doesn’t belong to Uber, so when he tells her that he has a right to talk to her however he wants, he is actually correct.
Someone off screen walks up to the vehicle and the driver asks, “Can you get her out of my car.” The woman asks where the emergency room is and the video ends there assuring the two likely gave each other poor reviews. She’ll likely have trouble getting an Uber in the future.
Sailing among the stars: Here’s how photons could revolutionize space flight
A few days from now, a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will lift off from Florida, carrying a satellite the size of a loaf of bread with nothing to power it but a huge polyester "solar sail."
It's been the stuff of scientists' dreams for decades but has only very recently become a reality.
The idea might sounds crazy: propelling a craft through the vacuum of space with no engine, no fuel, and no solar panels, but instead harnessing the momentum of packets of light energy known as photons -- in this case from our Sun.
The spacecraft to be launched on Monday, called LightSail 2, was developed by the Planetary Society, a US organization that promotes space exploration which was co-founded by the legendary astronomer Carl Sagan in 1980.
Russians to prod Putin on poverty and his personal life as his ratings tank
Russians are set to ask President Vladimir Putin about growing poverty at home and tensions abroad during an annual televised phone-in Thursday, which comes following a fall in his approval ratings.
The leader is also likely to face a degree of grilling on his personal life, according to questions submitted by the public online ahead of the live show.
Set to be held for the 17th time since Putin came to power in 1999, the show starts at 0900 GMT and usually lasts several hours.
Ahead of the carefully choreographed show, more than one million questions had been submitted, organisers told Russian news agencies.
Trump could turn on Hope Hicks just like Michael Cohen: Trump family biographer warns
Trump family biographer Emily Jane Fox explained that she didn't think that the president would turn on long-time aide Hope Hicks, but then again, it was the same thought about Michael Cohen as well.
In a panel discussion about Hicks' testimony during MSNBC's Brian Williams' Wednesday show, Fox recalled that Micahel Cohen once said that he would take a bullet for the president. Once it appeared that Trump would throw him under the bus, Cohen began looking for a way out.
The same scenario seems to be happening with Hicks now.
"She works at new Fox, which is a company run by a Murdoch son," Fox said. "It's a company that's brand new. She's the head of communications there. And there are shareholders who would take issue with the fact that a senior member of this company is being put in this situation and being thrust on the world stage."