Uber makes headlines once again. If an Uber driver isn't being attacked by a Taco Bell executive bro then an Uber driver is attacking passengers or threatening to cut their necks. Either way, Uber doesn't win. The cab company faced another problem after a woman's drunken night out ended with an attack on an Uber driver caught on video.
The almost five-minute long video starts with the "5-foot-tall, 100-pound weighing" drunk woman grabbing the Uber driver from the shirt as they stand outside his car, threatening him to press charges. Before an unidentified man started recording the drunken antics the woman reportedly started harassing the driver, who was actually called by the man recording and his group, for a ride. As the Uber driver tries to hold her off she gets more aggressive as he pleads the man recording to Call 911. At one point the woman, drunk out of her mind, says, "You don't know who the fuck you're messing with." The Uber driver tries to make a run for the car after he pushes her off and she falls to the floor. But her beer muscles kick in and she gets up, gets in his car, and starts wrecking it. She starts ripping it piece by piece, throwing all its contents out into the street. "Get in the car you piece of disgusting fucking shit" she yells at the driver.
After she presumably runs out of things to destroy she says, "I guess that's it. Good night!" before walking off into the sunset. Not so fast. The video, now viewed over 2 million times, quickly got the woman identified as Dr. Anjali Ramkissoon of the University of Miami. The university cleared up Ramkissoon's position saying she was a "neurology resident" in a statement: "Anjali Ramkissoon, a fourth-year neurology resident employed by Jackson Health System, has been placed on administrative leave, effective immediately, and removed from all clinical duties. Jackson has launched an internal investigation. The outcome of the investigation will determine if any disciplinary action will be taken, up to and including termination."
Who knows if she'll be fired like the Taco Bell exec, who then had the audacity to sue the Uber driver he attacked. According to the man who recorded the video police arrived on the scene after and handcuffed Ramkissoon. She tried to kick them before crying and apologizing, begging not to be arrested or else she'd lose her medical license.