The wife later apparently thanked the driver.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area was recently voted as the United States' most unfaithful city, and a viral TikTok displays one woman's remedy to another Dallasite's affair.
A North Texas Uber driver who goes by the handle @perfectly_unbroken on TikTok posted a video Tuesday claiming that she ended a ride after she learned that she was transporting a cheating family man.
She says she actually drove her customer and his mistress back to his house and left them in the driveway of the family residence.
The viral clip — which contains some coarse language — has received over a million likes and tens of thousands of comments from users who are commending her for how she handled it.
According to the driver, the man was walked out to the car by his wife and children when she picked him up. As they pulled away, he added a stop to the trip.
At that stop, they picked up another woman, who got into the vehicle with luggage and kissed the man — "And it wasn't a 'hi, how you doing?' kind of kiss," the TikToker adds.
The woman then began asking him when he was going to leave his wife, to which the man seemed to waffle a bit before saying they should talk about it later. Putting two and two together, and only 5 miles from the man's house, the driver says she decided to end the ride.
At this point in the video, she explains that Uber drivers are classified as independent contractors rather than employees of the company.
"If you are doing something crappy in my car," the TikToker says, "I have the right to handle it however I see fit."
However, instead of making them get out immediately, she says she drove them back to the man's house and left the extramarital partners standing in plain sight with their luggage on his family's front lawn.
It's not specified what happened after she dropped them off, but the driver is now being praised for how she handled the situation.
The comments section is full of messages of support: "Not all superheroes wear capes. GOOD FOR YOU BABE," says one top comment.
"You just served up karma real quick!!" says another.
However, there are others voicing worry for the children involved.
"Just drive back alone and tell her, let her be the one with time to prepare, and don’t traumatize the kids," one viewer suggested. "Good intent, poor execution."
In a follow-up video, the TikToker asserts that the man's wife later thanked her and told her she did the right thing. The identity of the man isn't known at this time.
Narcity reached out to @perfectly_unbroken for comment and we will update this article when we receive a response.
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