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Deliveryman Caught Dipping His Nuts In Customer’s Salsa

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A Tennessee deliveryman has been accused of adding his nuts to a customer’s salsa!

A delivery man by the name of Howard Webb was caught dropping his nuts into a container of salsa dip. According to a warrant, Webb was filmed by an independent contractor who was driving during the incident.

While laughing, he stated:

“‘This is what you get when you give an 89-cent tip for an almost 30-minute drive,’”

When the salsa hit his testicles, Webb can be heard saying ” Oh, oh, it feels good.” The two committed the unsanitary and disgusting act after picking up the food order.

The video, which was shared on Facebook gained hundreds of shares and was fortunately discovered by the delivery service. They then contacted the police per Maryville Police Chief Tony Crisp. As for the customer, she received her order including the ball-dipped salsa on January 12th through an online food delivery service. Thus, Webb has been arrested on felony charges last Friday for adulteration of food, liquids or pharmaceuticals. Now, he could face a three to 15-year sentence in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.

So, will you still be ordering from Doordash and Uber Eats? Hopefully, this will change your mind about online food delivery! Please drop a comment below and for more WTF moments, keep it locked to!

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