Maybe we shouldn’t lose all hope in humanity after all, because there are these everyday heroes that turn up in the most unlikely places and protect us from the aggressively creepy men that just can’t take “no” for an answer.
One Uber driver recently decided to share the story about an encounter a woman had with a “nice” guy that turned out to be not-so-nice, as he was being pushy and acted extremely creepy.
She was scared for her own safety, so she asked Brendon Gale, the Uber driver, to pretend to be her boyfriend, and his story shows how one can use the Uber and Lyft apps to signal for help.
Check out the eye-opening story for yourself below:
Brandon’s wife also praised him for his gentlemanly behavior:
The post found it’s way on Reddit too, where people had a lot to say about the situation: