Since Taiwan raised its epidemic warning to level 3, many have taken to ordering in food to avoid making unnecessary trips outside per virus-prevention regulations.
If an incorrect address is filled in the take-out form, however, delivery workers can have a hard time locating you and giving you your meal.
A foreign national in Tainan, southern Taiwan recently angered many social media users after he was filmed verbally abusing a delivery woman by calling her a “frog” for failing to deliver their food to them as he had filled in the wrong address.
In a video filmed by a social media user, the man could be heard singing loudly, calling the delivery woman a “huge frog” and later added that all Taiwanese were “huge frogs.”
The foreigner was also witnessed insulting the woman calling her “pig brains” and saying that she was “exceedingly outrageous.”
The video which was shared on a Facebook group enraged many, but most expressed their confusion at the expat’s choice of words with many asking: “Who taught him to call someone a huge frog as an insult?”
Others also pitied the man saying he couldn’t even come up with a good insult, claiming that if they were called a frog, it wouldn’t hurt them at all.
As food delivery people get more and more orders these days, everyone should be mindful that they are risking their lives daily to deliver food and be more considerate.