DoorDash Customer Says Delivery Driver Ate His Chicken Wings

A Wingstop customer in California claims his DoorDash driver ate all the food he ordered and delivered a bag containing the discarded chicken bones — along with a note of apology, of sorts.

Damien ‘Suede’ Sanders, who goes by Funny Mane Suede on social media, first chronicled the strange story on TikTok in mid-August. In the video, he tells his followers he just ordered Wingstop, only to find his wings and fries had already been eaten.

“My anticipation is the real victim here,” Sanders joked to Nexstar.

As seen in his TikTok video, Sanders opened up his delivery order to find an empty fry container, a box containing the discarded chicken bones, and a note — allegedly from the DoorDash driver — providing an explanation.

“I’m sorry I 8 cho food,” the delivery driver wrote in the note, according to Sanders. “I’m broke n hungry. Consider it like ur payin it 4ward. I’m quitting this lame a– job n e way. B blessed.”

The note was also signed: “Your Door Dash guy.”

The video has since been viewed hundreds of thousands of times since Sanders uploaded it to TikTok. But the incident is still eating away at him, at least a little.

“Do you know what it feels like to have your taste buds throwing a party for lemon pepper [wings], only to be disappointed by a pile of bone marrow?” Sanders said.

Sanders added that he also felt the driver ate the wings “disrespectfully,” seeing as he appeared to leave meat on the contaminated bones — an act he described as a “travesty.”

“I … grabbed my iPhone to show my TikTok family,” Sanders said. “This was so unbelievable to me that I knew the fam wouldn’t be able to digest this either.”

Sanders confirmed to Nexstar that he soon called DoorDash and received a refund — along with a credit — after informing them of his chicken-less wings. A representative for DoorDash did not respond to a request for further information on the status of the delivery driver, but confirmed to Nexstar the company is “looking into” the incident.

Sanders, meanwhile, harbored no grudge against Wingstop, and even offered to be a commercial spokesperson in a new TikTok video shared this week.

DoorDash later confirmed that driver was fired, Nexstar’s KTXL reported.

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