Sydney Uber Driver Has Case of Mistaken Identity With Sex Worker

StoryfulPublished: May 27, 2017
Published: May 27, 2017

An Uber driver in Sydney had a strange case of mistaken identity on the evening of April 27 that led to him politely declining a proposition from a sex worker.

Daniel Moore was scheduled to pick up a woman named Chelsea in Sydney and pulled over the same location which was flagged on his app. As a woman got into his car Moore said “hey Chelsea!” but she didn’t correct him. As they began chatting, she revealed she was a sex worker on shift and propositioned him for sex, to which he politely declined.

After only driving a block, she got out of his car and once again didn’t correct him when he called her Chelsea. Seconds after dropping her off, he received a call from the real passenger who was still waiting to be picked up.

<a href="" target="_blank">Moore told 7 News</a> it was an “uncomfortable” and “strange” situation. He ended up telling the real Chelsea who thought it was hilarious.

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