AN UberEats customer got a huge shock when she went downstairs to find her delivery driver had let himself into her house.
TikTok user Aimee shared details from the distressing moment in a video under the handle @thissinglemamaofficial.
Staring into the camera in a fun, lilac Powerpuff Girls jumper, she relived the encounter.
Aimee said: "I think UberEats need to be having a word with some of their delivery drivers. So I ordered a few bits today on the app from Morrisons, because I just needed a few bits.
"Obviously, they give you updates on the app, so I knew he was, you know, arriving, but I was upstairs. Saw on the app that he had arrived, so I came down the stairs.
"As I was coming down the stairs, he let himself into the house.
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"Didn't ring the doorbell, didn't knock on the door, he just opened the door and started walking into the house.
"Now I didn't have the door locked because my dad had just brought Harper home from school.
"But I'll be bloody locking it all the time from now on.
"Like what are you doing just walking into my house? And I even said to him 'what are you doing?' and he was like 'oh your delivery' and I was like, 'yeah but ring the doorbell'."
The clip has been viewed more than 3700,000 times with more than 26,400 likes and 801 comments.
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A range of replies are hosted in the comment sections, with some offering support, others sharing their own experiences and people casting judgement.
One person said: "An Amazon delivery guy tried persistently to get into my house once at 9:30pm at night. I was on my own and was scared at first!"
Another shared: "I had this with Amazon , he thought I was out and tried the back door it was unlocked as I was in the dog had something to say about it."
Someone else wrote: "I had a postman do that once. I heard my door went to check and my post was on the stairs. He never even shut the door behind him."
In a follow-up video, Aimee said that Uber have been in touch and tried to discuss the incident but she has been busy with family priorities.
She said some people have cast doubt on her experience, but explained if she was going to make up something she would have used more creativity.
Aimee reiterated her original point as to why she spoke out whether he thought it was innocent or not.
She said: "Uber still need to know because it's not okay. You can't just be letting yourself into people's houses.
"Whatever the reason, he was letting himself into my house. Innocent or not – either way – it's doesn't matter, it's still not okay."
In the comments, others have shared similar experiences of delivery drivers walking into their homes, leaving Aimee "shocked".
She said: "One of the main reasons I posted that video was to raise awareness about something that I didn't even realise happened."
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A Uber spokesperson told The Sun Online: "What has been described is totally unacceptable and we are currently investigating what happened.
"Couriers who use the UberEats app are required to follow our Community Guidelines and any courier found to be in breach of these guidelines risks losing access to the app."
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