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    A Domino’s Pizza delivery man’s devastation after standing in the rain on a delivery only to get no tip was captured on camera by a coworker. Malik Ambersley, 23, of St. Petersburg, Florida melted down after learning he wasn’t given any tip on a particularly trying delivery. 

    “Five minutes out there in the rain! And no tip? No tip?” he screamed, video of the moment showed. He smashed his hands into a stack of pizza boxes, sending the cardboard flying. 

    “I wasn’t having the best day,” Ambersley told Inside Edition. “During the pandemic, things like tips and stuff like that are important for me to be able to feed my family and myself and try to keep a roof over my head.”

    Ambersley was not fired, he said. “Luckily I’ve a really good support team there, they talked me down,” he said. “There was nobody in the store or anything like that.”

    Delivery drivers becoming emotional over a lack of tips appears to be a growing trend during the pandemic, as many are scraping by to make ends meet.

    “I had to pay $3 to bring this person their food because there’s no parking, no free parking, anywhere near their building. They tipped me $1.50 and Uber paid me $2.50,” Riley Elliot tearfully said as he spoke about the ordeal on camera. “And it’s because people don’t tip their delivery drivers.”

    Elliot told Inside Edition he’s received an outpouring from others in what’s called the gig driving industry and from individuals who tip well. 

    “Make sure, if the tip is not included, that you’re giving anywhere from 10 to 20% for the delivery person,” etiquette expert “Mister Manners” Thomas Farley told Inside Edition. “This is going to go higher if the distance is greater or if it’s inclement weather as well.”


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    A pizza delivery worker beaten bloody by a group of merciless Bronx robbers thought he was going to be stabbed in the attack — and said he’s worried if he returns to work, the thieves will come looking for him.

    The 37-year-old victim was delivering two pan pizza pies from Domino’s to an apartment building on Macombs Rd. near Inwood Ave. in Mt. Eden on Jan. 12 when he was jumped and robbed.

    “I’m not scared but I think they may come to my work. This is why I’m waiting to go back until the police could figure out who they are,” the victim told the Daily News on Tuesday, speaking in Spanish in his Bronx home.

    As he spoke, his pregnant wife was cutting oranges behind him while one of his young sons ran and played in the kitchen.

    “I haven’t started working again. My wife is very worried and wants me to stay in more now,” said the victim, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of his concern about retaliation.

    “I told him not to return to that job. I don’t want him to work there anymore,” his wife said.

    The victim was making the second delivery of his night shift when he drove to the apartment complex, and called the customer to come downstairs because he couldn’t leave his car.

    “There were two cars in front of me double parked,” he said, explaining why he didn’t leave his car. “When the guy came down, he had a bad attitude. I told him I didn’t want any problems and that I’ll take the pizza back to Domino’s and another person can bring it to him.”

    The customer tried to open the his locked car door, breaking the handle in the process.

    That’s when the victim stepped onto the street.

    “My mistake was that I got out of the car,” he said. “I told him I’d give him the pizza but he’d have to pay for the damage on my car.”

    He added, “The guy took his clothes off so he could fight.”

    They struggled, but the customer stopped and said, “Let’s stop fighting.”

    He then made a phone call, and group of men poured outside and surrounded him.

    “I tried to run away but they started following me,” he said. “There’s a (precinct) a few blocks away so I tried to run there to get help. I yelled for people around me to call the police but no one helped me.”

    As he fled, the group raided his car, undeterred by a child seat inside.

    “They went into my car, stole my money, my phone, my book bag and everything,” he said. They cracked his windshield and broke his rear-view mirror, but left behind some baby powder, his son’s car seat, a children’s toy and a set of large speakers.


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    The victim said he’s never experienced any violence or hostility during his year on the job.

    “I thought they were going to stab me. They kept jumping on me and yelling at me to fight.”

    He spent the night at BronxCare Health Center and was treated for bruises to his ribs, jaw and head.

    “I just want my things back, everything they took. I want them to pay for my car. They broke so much in my car. I want my money back. I need that,” he said. “The police told me that I was lucky that they didn’t stab me.”

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