A Tennessee delivery man was jailed on felony charges after allegedly dipping his t*sticles into a container of salsa a customer had ordered online.
Recently in a bizarre turn of events, a hungry customer who ordered Mexican takeout in Tennessee got an unexpected surprise when police told her that a man riding in the delivery vehicle plunged his genitalia into a container of salsa.
Furthermore, the delivery driver recorded the terrible act on her cellphone and posted the 14-second video on Facebook, as reported by FoxNews.
She can be heard saying off-camera with a giggle, "This is what you get when you give an 89 cents tip for an almost 30-minute drive." The traveler blamed for spoiling the food, 31-year-old Howard Matthew 'Matt' Webb, was captured a week ago and accused of contamination of food, which is a felony.
As per an arrest affidavit referred to by WBIR, the stomach-turning episode occurred on January 12, when a customer with notoriety for under-tipping drivers had submitted a request with a nearby Mexican restaurant. Webb was riding as a traveler in the vehicle of an autonomous conveyance driver working with the provincial food administration 'Dinner Delivered'.
Be that as it may, it is presently hazy why the man was in the vehicle that night. After the deliverywoman and her sidekick grabbed the takeout request from the eatery to take it to the customer's home, they made the video. The recording demonstrates a man distinguished as Webb putting the plastic container of salsa against his groin and evidently plunging his balls inside.
Webb is heard saying in the video: "Oh, it feels good!" Consequently, the driver, who had worked for the food conveyance administration as a contractual worker since November 2018, has been terminated and the organization issued a discount for the polluted food.
The deliverywoman's previous boss has sent further information about her to specialists as well. However, up until now, she has not been criminally charged. Additionally, 'Dinner Delivered' of Maryville posted a message addressing the occurrence a week ago on its Facebook page, calling the driver "a single, rogue independent contractor."
"These acts appear to be motivated by singular personal frustrations of this sole contractor, and are absolutely not reflective of the behavior of the remainder of our capable and customer-oriented delivery force or the principles and values of Dinner Delivered as an organization," the statement read.
Webb showed up in court on Tuesday, detailed Knoxville News Sentinel. He is planned to show up under the steady gaze of a judge for a fundamental hearing on March 12. Whenever indicted for the criminal allegation against him, Webb could look towards as long as 15 years in jail and a fine of up to $10,000.