Along with her Arby’s delivery, one woman expecting meals from DoorDash had a story to share. The TikTok showcasing a good Samaritan police officer has been viewed over 11 million times since it was posted on Jan. 25.
According to The Argus Leader, the South Dakota woman knew her dinner wouldn’t arrive on time when she observed the driver stopped streets away from her house on the app’s monitoring map.
“I stepped outside and I saw the lights and everything,” Anastasia Elsinger told the news outlet. “So I was like, ‘Oh yes, my food’s gonna take a while, whatever.’”
Her driver had been stopped by the police on his way to her Sioux Falls home, which is why she could see police lights from her house.
But then the doorbell rang.
“I know I’m not who you’re expecting,” the police officer at her door said. “But your driver got arrested for warrants he didn’t take care of.”
After her driver was stopped over, her doorbell camera filmed the police delivering her food, resulting in a TikTok video with 4.5 million likes and 11.6 million views.
“So I figured I’d complete the DoorDash order,” said the grinning officer to a shocked Elsinger.
According to the Leader, the cop has since been identified as Officer Sam Buhr.
According to a police spokesperson, the agency has heard rumors about Buhr’s extracurricular activities.
“We had a report of an officer who was moonlighting as a DoorDash employee while on duty,” Sam Clemens jokingly told the outlet.
Elsinger’s TikTok captioned “So this happened today…” has garnered thousands of comments marveling at the situation.
“That is service with a smile…” one user wrote.
Still, there are some unanswered questions.
“Is the dasher in the back of his car like giving him the directions to your house or?” wrote another user.
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