A passenger who was riding DiDi Chuxing, a Chinese ride-share service, mistook a bottle of the driver’s urine as a free, on-board beverage.
The passenger, identified only by his surnamed Sun, said he was thirsty so he grabbed a water bottle from a drink holder in the vehicle’s center console, Shanghaiist reports.
A driver from the ride-sharing mobile app Didi Chixung was recently exposed online after he deliberately pulled out a knife on a passenger for giving him a bad review.
The incident occurred over the weekend in Zhaoqing in southeast China’s Guangdong province, according to Shanghaiist.
A woman in China got herself arrested for taking a video of her taxi driver who sexually harassed her by masturbating in front of her.
The woman, surnamed Wang, filmed the obscene act being performed in front of her so she could use the footage as evidence against the offender. However, China’s anti-pornography laws were used against her instead, leading to her arrest, reports Sixth Tone.
The two dominant ride-hailing app rivals in China have joined forces to create an even more formidable company.
Didi Chuxing, a domestic ride-hailing service leader in China, is acquiring Uber’s operations in China. According to sources who told Bloomberg, the company’s valuation after the deal will be an estimated $35 billion. Didi stated that it will be buying Uber’s brand, business and data in the country for $1 billion.