Mumbai Police replies after Swiggy delivery Boy steals Woman’s mobile

Those were days when we used to buy goods outside either in the shopping mall or in roadside shops. We take cash from our pocket or wallet and give it to the shop owners for the items purchased.

However, things started to change in this digital world. Ever since the Inception of e-commerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, and Myntra people started to buy things from these sites.

In this fast-growing world, people have no time to cook food and hence they order food from Swiggy and Zomato. In each and every order, the delivery executive will be assigned to deliver the food.

Once the food preparation is done, the executive will reach the final destination and deliver the order. Before that, we can either choose cash on delivery or pay through our card.

Not just foodies alone but even the ones who eat less willingly order through Zomato or Swiggy. When users open the application, the food menu pops up only to display some delicious dishes.

With a variety of items to choose from on the menu, customers pick their favourite ones. Post that, they proceed to the checkout section where the delivery app asks you to pay for the total amount.

Meanwhile, in an unexpected incident, a Swiggy delivery boy made the headlines after he stole woman’s mobile. The incident happened in Mumbai’s Malad area.

The woman, identified as Aparna Vinayan on Twitter shared CCTV footage that allegedly showed the Swiggy delivery agent by the name of Jayram Yegde stole a phone from a shoe rack soon after delivering an order at another apartment.

The video clip of the same went viral on the internet. “@SwiggyCares @Swiggy Last night around 6.45 pm a Swiggy delivery person named Jayram Yegde had come to Ashok Enclave apartment at Malad West, Mumbai for the delivery. While returning he stole my phone. Please see the CCTV Footage video captured,” she added.

Here’s how Mumbai police responded:

“Report the matter at your local Police Station as soon as possible for necessary action.”

Meanwhile, even Swiggy responded to the incident. “This is concerning to hear, Anju. Please help us with the related order ID so that we can have this highlighted right away. ^Meenu,” Swiggy wrote.