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FOOD DELIVERY RIDERS END UP IN “HALL OF SHAME” @ KIM KEAT RD FOR STEALING PIZZA

In a surprising development at a Canadian Pizza outlet situated at Kim Keat Road, a couple of food delivery riders are facing allegations of stealing pizzas, prompting the establishment to create a “Hall of Shame” notice board.

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The notice board prominently features CCTV screenshots capturing the faces of the accused riders along with an accompanying note strongly condemning their actions.

Allegedly Stole Food

The scathing message on the notice board reads, “Got hands and legs, don’t know how to earn and buy food, need to resort to stealing? Shame on you! Dear riders, please help to share among your groups and provide their ebike numbers of all these errant delivery riders, thank you.”

Pinned beneath the note are screenshots extracted from the establishment’s surveillance footage, clearly depicting the accused riders purportedly in the act of stealing pizzas.

Additionally, their bicycle registration numbers are included in the display. This public shaming tactic is aimed not only at exposing the alleged thieves but also at seeking assistance from the broader delivery rider community.

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The Hall of Shame

The outlet’s decision to create a “Hall of Shame” notice board underscores their commitment to deterring such behavior and maintaining the integrity of their services. By publicly identifying the accused riders, the establishment aims to send a clear message about the consequences of unethical actions within the food delivery industry.

Canadian Pizza has not released an official statement regarding the incident at the time of this report. However, the notice board’s content has sparked discussions within the local community about the challenges faced by businesses reliant on food delivery services and the measures they take to address incidents of theft.

The call for cooperation from other delivery riders to share information and provide ebike numbers indicates a collective effort to hold individuals accountable and prevent similar occurrences. This incident raises questions about the responsibilities and conduct of food delivery riders and how the industry can collectively address such challenges.

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