Many of you have mistakenly tried to get into the wrong Uber car. Well, GMA points out that the Florida doctor captured on video lashing out at an Uber driver in downtown Miami says she is ashamed of her etiquette.
Anjali Ramkissoon said she was “ashamed” yesterday on “Good Morning America” and that she cannot watch this video showing her displaying bad etiquette and berating the driver of another customer’s Uber. Ramkissoon, a fourth-year neurology resident, can be seen in the video berating the driver, trying to hit him, and throwing items out of the window of the passenger seat, and ultimately trying to knee the driver.
“I was extremely stressed out that day,” she said. “It was probably one of the worst days of my life and I was caught at my lowest moment. Nothing like this has ever happened.”
“Yes,” Ramkissoon replied when asked if she’d been drinking. “I’d actually driven to that place that night but I did not want to drive my car home so I left my car there and that was why I was trying to get the Uber to get home.” The customer who ordered the Uber car that Ramkissoon tried to get in filmed the heated incident on a cellphone and posted the video on YouTube.
The Uber driver declined to press charges against Ramkissoon, for which she says she is “grateful.” Uber told ABC News they’ve suspended Ramkissoon’s account while the incident is investigated. Ramkissoon has been placed on administrative leave and removed from all clinical duties, by her employer, the Jackson Health System. An internal investigation is underway to “determine if any disciplinary action will be taken, up to and including termination,” a hospital spokesperson told ABC News last week.
Watch the video below.