Pizza Delivery Guy Gets Insulted, So Internet Gets Revenge For Him

Jarrid Tansey had worked as a delivery guy for a couple of years to provide for his family. It wasn't an easy job, but it paid the bills. 

However, what happened that night made him want to quit his job immediately...

A New Order

One evening, Jarrid's manager called him saying that a local car dealership had just placed an order for pizzas and drinks. 

So, he got into his motorcycle and drove to the address. The traffic was horrible that day, so he decided to take a shortcut. Little did he know what he was in for.

At The Destination

Jarrid arrived at the F&R Auto Sales in Westport, Massachusetts, grabbed the pizzas and drinks from the storage container, and headed to the reception area. 

He walked into the building and handed the pizzas and drinks to the person who was already waiting for him. Their total came to $43. 

In Trouble

The man gave Jarrid a $50 bill and walked away without saying anything. Jarred assumed that he didn't want his change, so he thanked the customer and drove back to the store.

As soon as Jarrid arrived at the pizzeria, his manager pulled him aside and explained that someone had just complained about his delivery. 

Back To The Store

The customer informed the store that Jarrid had stolen $7 from them. Jarrid, fearing that he would be fired, complied and drove back to return the change.

He walked into a group of people shouting at him and calling him names. 

He Gave The Change Back

Jarrid handed the cash over to one of the men and apologized for mistaking it for a tip. 

"I gave your $7 back. The world is better now," he said. But the men weren't done yelling at him yet. 

"Out The Door"

"It just doesn't make sense why you'd hand me a bill that you were just gonna have me drive back here to give you back anyway. I'm not mad. I just had to waste my resources coming back here," said Jarrid.

Suddenly, a woman appeared out of nowhere and screamed at Jarrid to get "out the door."

"I Want Him Fired"

Then, everyone started to laugh at him and threatened to physically kick him out. 

 “Listen,” said one worker. “The manager apologized once for you. Do you want him to apologize again for you?” 

"I Want Him Fired!"

Then, just as Jarrid was about to walk away, the director pointed at him and shouted: “Get the owner and the manager on the phone. I want him done. I want him fired!”

 However, there was one important detail that they all had missed...

Going Viral

The argument between the customers and Jarrid was caught on the security camera. And it wasn't long before the footage was uploaded online. 

The video quickly went viral, and everyone who saw it couldn't understand how someone can be so petty about a few bucks. 


People were furious! They quickly found the car dealership online and left some nasty comments addressing the rude employees who harassed Jarrid. 

Amanda Marie Rogers was especially appalled by the footage. “For them to call him back over the money he should’ve received anyway. I decided to take it one step further,” she told CNN.

GoFundMe Account

Then, Amanda called the pizzeria and asked for Jarrid's contact information. She set up a GoFundMe account for the delivery guy and posted the footage on the page.

"I believe Jarrid should be rewarded for dealing with such crappy people. Please watch the video and donate. Even if it is $1, it will make up (maybe a little) for him having to deal with idiots like this," she wrote. But what did Jarid think of her idea? 


People began donating money in $7 increments. They wanted to make sure Jarrid never had to deal with these horrible people again. 

His GoFundMe page had accumulated over $36,000! But that wasn't the only thing the Internet users did for Jarrid. 

Awesome Person

Carol Wentz wrote along with her donation, "This is because of how awesome you were and handled yourself so well dealing with such cruel people."

“I am outraged by the cruelty demonstrated by employees of a business who rely on commissions to pay their bills,” another person wrote.  


The car dealership's website received hundreds of bad reviews from people who had seen the footage. The website created 0/5 stars. 

F&R Auto Sales issued an apology, and the workers who harassed Jarrid were fired. When Jarrid found out about the GoFundMe page, he burst into tears. He plans to use the donations to pay off his mortgage and open a college fund for his children.