Uber driver turned '' vacation motorist ' in Arizona

MESA, Ariz. (KTVK/Meredith)– If you’ve ever taken a trip in an Uber, in some cases trigger up a discussion with the chauffeur, something I like to ask is, exactly what is your worst experience? Usually, the response is a few of the riders are rude or they had an actually intoxicated individual causing issues however one driver has a story he won’t soon forget. Tony Bafaloukos has actually been driving with Uber for over a year.”As an Uber driver, you do not know who is getting in your automobile,” Bafaloukos said.

Saturday afternoon he got a call for a pickup at an apartment building in Mesa, Arizona. He showed up and waiting there were 2 women and a young kid.”She states, ‘Hurry up and go!’ There is a man coming out of the house strolling towards [sic] us and she informs me to hurry and go,” Tony said.

Bafaloukos didn’t want to get involved in any type of drama so he left with his passengers and passed by a police officer. He says among the women claims she was abused by her partner. About a minute later, he saw flashing lights.

“I look up behind me and there’s [sic] squad car relocating quick with his lights, so I pulled over,” Bafaloukos stated.

Bafaloukos states the police surrounded his lorry and had their weapons drawn.”I instantly start yelling at the ladies, ‘Exactly what the hell did you get me into?'” Bafaloukos said.

It’s a felony stop, obviously, the cops believed the women might have been equipped. Bafaloukos is forced out of the vehicle and handcuffed and the females are put under arrest. Thankfully, police paid attention to Bafaloukos who informed them he was merely picking up a fare and had absolutely nothing to do with the scenario.

Arizona’s Household contacted Mesa police who state one of the women is being charged with intensified assault as well as has warrants out in Gilbert. We are still waiting to become aware of the scenarios of that case.

When it comes to Bafaloukos, it was a flight he will not soon forget and says it absolutely wasn’t worth the $2.65 fare.

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