You shouldn’t be cheating on your partner, but if you are, you should make sure you don’t book them as your Uber driver.
In a TikTok video, Jen Worden, filmed herself re-enacting the moment she picked up the man she had been dating on a date with another woman, while she was driving for Uber.
“When you decide to stay in on a Friday, drive for Uber and your man gets in the backseat with another girl,” she wrote. The video quickly went viral, which prompted the 25-year-old from Pennsylvania to share the full story. Worden then recorded multiple videos, sharing as many details as she could remember.
In the first video, she began by clarifying that she was not in an exclusive relationship with this man. She told her followers that they had recently met on a dating app, and were still getting to know each other but things had been going well.
She said the guy had invited her to a birthday party, where she met his entire friend group, including the woman he was with in the Uber.
After the party, Worden asked her Hinge match about his plans for the weekend. He said he would be attending a game with a friend on Friday night, but would be free on Saturday.
“So, I am out driving on Friday and I get an Uber request from a girl, no big deal,” she said.
“I go and pick her up. She gets in the backseat of my car on the passenger side. I looked over and she looked familiar, but I didn’t know her name.”
Worden said she was initially unsure if it was the same girl from the party because they were all wearing masks. It wasn’t until the duo began discussing their friend group, that it all came together for her. She then made eye contact with the man, and that was all the confirmation she needed.
“I look in the rearview mirror, and we make eye contact and that’s when we both know. I knew it was him. He knew it was me,” she recalled.
After she dropped them off, she said the guy called almost immediately to apologized about the situation.
“I drop them off at the arena and within five minutes he calls me and he’s like, ‘Hey, I’m really sorry. I knew that was you. I should have said something, but I just didn’t. I was in shock.'”
Worden admitted that she was still trying to make sense of the situation, and didn’t know what to say either.
On Sunday, Worden ended up at a local bar with her friends to rehash the situation. She began talking to the bartender, who told her that she was friends with the other woman and she was actually in the bar too.
“I’m like no f**king way she’s here right now,” she recalled. “And, so, I am like I should talk to her? We should talk it out, you know? Because she probably already saw the TikTok.”
Eventually, the two women had a conversation. Worden also texted the man in the middle and asked him to come to the bar. When he arrived, the trio hashed things out.
“At that point, he came clean, and there was really nothing else to say,” she said, but she didn’t seem to have any hard feelings.
In another video, Worden also pointed out that the guy covered the entire bar tab, saying it was a $230 bill because they were there all day.
“He tipped $100, so that was really nice,” she added.
After all was said and done, it seems everyone left things on a solid note.