A GrabFood rider found himself in an uncomfortable position after getting trapped in a HDB block lift with his bicycle.
On Jun. 8, a video of the incident was posted on Twitter and went viral.
grab driver stuck and customer needed to help pic.twitter.com/oX7JRSBf3P— 丂ㄚ卂 (@yanmoneyy) June 8, 2020
As of the time of writing, the video had over 54,000 views.
Twitter user @sxdbxar responded to the tweet, claiming that he was the rider in the video.
He said: "Yes that's me, I look way different and I'm way stupid during work."
yes that’s me, i look way different and i’m way stupid during work https://t.co/7I7wr46Ta7— 𖤐𝔰𝔵𝔱𝔞𝔫𝔵𝔠𖤐 (@sxdbxar) June 8, 2020
Delivery bag was too big
In a separate tweet, he explained that when he first entered the lift, his GrabFood delivery bag was blocking the lift's sensor.
The lift door could not close, so he decided to squeeze inside and bend his body down in a weird angle.
However, the bike ended up pinning him in place, preventing him from getting back up.
if you’re wondering, first i went in the lift, and the bag was basically right infront of the lift sensor, so it couldn’t close, i decided to smooch to the left, but i still couldn’t fit so i bend down a lil bit, but the bike then prevented me from getting backup and yeah tu je😅— 𖤐𝔰𝔵𝔱𝔞𝔫𝔵𝔠𖤐 (@sxdbxar) June 9, 2020
Legs cramped up
According to AsiaOne, the incident happened in a HDB block lift at Tampines.
The 18-year-old rider was on his way to his friend's house to get his bicycle fixed.
He added that his legs started to cramp up while he was stuck.
Fortunately though, his friend was already waiting for him when the lift doors opened and quickly rescued him from further predicament.
Top images from @yanmoneyy/Twitter.