Saturday, 19 September 2020

Photo of Uber Eats cyclist in the middle of taxis goes viral in social networks

In a matter of hours the image became meme

This Wednesday (during the taxi driver’s protest) the creativity of hundreds of Ticos came to light with the birth of a new meme, with focus on a driver of Uber Eats and a group of taxi drivers demonstrating.

The photo by Jeffrey Zamora

Jeffrey Zamora, photographer for La Nacion, said he didn’t think it twice to capture the image of the Uber Eats delivery guy on a bicycle making his way through taxi protesters blocking the roads.

- paying the bills -

Zamora said the delivery guy did not skip a beat, including insults and shouts aimed at stopping him.

Important here, one of the major contentions of the taxi drivers is the presence of Uber on the streets of Costa Rica.

The memes.

Taxis protest while they (Uber) cover the demand

Here we have machillo’s (Oscar Ramirez) replacement

- paying the bills -

We didn’t know that there was Uber Eggs (Balls)

The moment you learn your life is worth shit

Just like when a hot woman passes by a construction site

The balls of a taxista (taxi driver) placing a Uber Eats order

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