Maria Ozawa couldn’t help but to express her dismay over an “unprofessional” Uber driver who “stalked” and gave away her number. In a now deleted post, Maria shared that a certain “Ben” sent her a message saying he got her number from a driver.
“Sorry. I just want to know your name. And things you like. Hope you won’t get mad,” the text said.
Her post gained mixed reactions from the netizens, with some saying she should conceal her identity to avoid attracting attention. Maria explained in the comments that she does and even used a different name in her profile.
“I LOVE the Philippines but Why can’t I trust this country AT ALL!? Why are the people SO UNPROFESSIONAL!? It happened to me in Grab too. This country is seriously lacking with professionalism [sic],” she said.
In another post, Maria gave an update and said Uber found out that “Ben” and the Uber driver are the same person.
“If people are registered or working as a professional driver they should never bring out their personal emotions. Maybe it’s hard to tell that to the people here but at least in Japan that’s how we were taught in business world,” she wrote.