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My first puker

limepro

Well-Known Member
Normally I avoid bars, I hate picking people up from them but against my better judgement I went and picked up a husband and wife from a local bar. They were headed to another bar, friendly and had a decent conversation. The wife was ready to go home so we changed the destination a 2 mile ride turned into a 10 mile ride, lucky me. On the way there the wife passes out but she was very lucid and held an intelligent conversation prior so I wasn't to worried. We pull into their neighbor about .01 from their house when he asks if she is OK, she is covering her mouth, I slam on the brakes while opens the door and lets all hell break loose.

A little got on my seat(leather vinyl type vw seats) on the thick rubber floor mat and a little on the plastic of the door. The majority she made it out of the car for. I still filed a cleanup as it smelled bad but didn't take long to clean with paper towels, Lysol and a gas station sink for the rubber mat.

Last bar pickup for me, I will stick to private residence that don't have parties spilling into the street.
 

D Town

Well-Known Member
I must have been lucky. I drove around drunks almost exclusively and only had one puke - got it all in the bag I gave him.

I've never had to file one but I hear if you don't have pictures and don't stay off line for at least an hour after it happens it will be denied.
 

limepro

Well-Known Member
I must have been lucky. I drove around drunks almost exclusively and only had one puke - got it all in the bag I gave him.

I've never had to file one but I hear if you don't have pictures and don't stay off line for at least an hour after it happens it will be denied.
This was a lyft ride, I took pictures but the mess wasn't bad at all and I was offline for about an hour so I could clean it and make sure there was no smell. We shall see what they do.
 
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