"The behavior in this video is abusive and completely unacceptable", an Uber spokesman said in a statement.
"I'm going to tell them you're holding me against my will", she continued.
If you've ever considered becoming an Uber driver, especially in New York City, you may want to watch this video first.
Later, she demands, "You either take me, or call my man and tell him that you're not taking me!"
The situation only escalated as the driver and passenger went back and forth about calling the cops.
This way, Uber can charge the rider more for a fare, while the driver gets paid from the cheaper, faster route.
The woman threatened to "violate him" and threatened to tell police, "you're raping me".
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After screaming herself hoarse, the mad woman tells the stunned driver to "get the f-k out of my country".
'I didn't trust that girl enough to turn off the phone and call the cops and then turn it back on. she was already lying; she could say anything she wanted when I turned off the phone, ' he says. "That you raped me", she said. "He just hit me in my face!" As long as she is free to get out of the auto anytime she wants, he's not breaking any laws.
'You're going to jail for domestic violence'.
A woman in the Bronx, New York, unleashed an absolutely savage rant against an Uber driver after he didn't have a phone charger for her.
The eight-minute clip ends when she finally decides to get out of the auto and the driver says to the camera, "This is how Uber drivers go through every f****** day, man. People would disrespect us, talk s*** to us like it's nothing, man".
"Upfront fares are calculated using the expected time and distance of the trip and local traffic, as well as how many riders and nearby drivers are using Uber at that moment", the company wrote in a post at the time.
"Most riders show drivers the respect they deserve".