Someone vomited in my car last night, all on the side and a little inside, for me to clean. Week before, someone puked all over them sleeves leaving a nice trail for me to clean. 2 weeks before that, driving lyft, vomit. Vomit, vomit, vomit. It’s every other week now. I now hug the right lane while looking over my shoulder in pure agony hoping the bandits don’t strike! All for a total time spent at car washed and cleaning, no joke, these last few weeks over 4 hours. Profit actually made, 15 dollars! Last year it wasn’t a problem. Because everyone would get charged at least 100/150. Now...no no no. Show us the receipt and we’ll pay just that and a couple...not a few, not many, a couple dollars over that. When it always happens late night when we’re stuck actually cleaning it, while a car wash profits? It’s unfair and hopefully you all feel my pain, humiliation, and stomach pins cleaning a strangers vomit knowing it’s for nothing now. And for what, for a massive company’s trying too...idk save face? The moneys late night. Passengers should ride at their own risk and handle their liquor if they don’t want to be charged a 100 dollars for their immaturity. Uber’s a great job it’s fun and it’s clearly way better than lyft and I hope they will take this issue seriously instead of send us through robot responses. Like/repost if you agree.