WATCH: Chinese Deliveryman Pees in Elevator While Holding Takeout

By Gary Bailer, September 5, 2019

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On September 2, one deliveryman couldn’t hold it.

Oddly enough, we’re not talking about takeout, but rather the man’s bladder. 

Video of an impromptu bathroom break surfaced online recently, showing a man in Henan province go from checking his phone one second to marking his territory the next. In the elevator surveillance footage, the deliveryman frequently turns his head towards the elevator door while he continues on with his misdeed.

While this is not the first time someone has been caught relieving themselves on an elevator, this might be the first time someone took a leak while holding someone else’s waimai order (We hope so, anyways).

Watch below to see this bizarre scenario play out (VPN off):

According to the Paper, the property management cleaned up the elevator and plans to file a complaint against the delivery company (It’s not clear which waimai platform the man works for). In the video posted by the Paper, a spokesperson for the building told the media outlet that the deliveryman has yet to be identified. 

Needless to say, netizens showed no mercy for the man after turning the elevator into his DIY urinal. The kindest comments were of people who had seen worse. One person commented, “Well, I just saw a man pooping on the road.” 

Most Weibo users chimed in with derogatory remarks regarding the deliveryman’s lack of respect, with one person stating, “He just peed out any decency he had.”

Meanwhile, others took advantage of the video to denigrate the entire province, with one netizen simply writing, “Henan.”

WATCH: Boy in South China Pees in Elevator, Causes Short Circuit

[Cover image via @澎湃新闻/Weibo]

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