Well, buckle up folks! I've got a tale for you that's bound to have you chuckling and shaking your head in disbelief. Picture this: You're at home, your stomach's grumbling louder than a pirate's parrot, and you decide to order some grub through DoorDash. Ahoy, convenience!

But just when you thought you'd be feasting on your favorite meal, there's a plot twist. The very deliverer of your delicious bounty turns out to be a hungry porch pirate themselves! Yep, you heard it right, folks. Its a modern tale of a Doordasher swiping the food they were supposed to deliver. The audacity, right? You can't make this stuff up!


The whole shenanigan was caught on a doorbell camera and shared here. It's like watching a low-budget heist movie, but instead of a bank vault, it's your dinner that's been stolen.

And guess what else? This isn't an isolated incident. Another commenter shared a similar experience where their McDonald's order was messed up due to a rogue Doordasher. It seems like we've got a real epidemic of famished food deliverers on our hands!

But let's not throw all delivery drivers under the bus. Most are fantastic, hardworking people who wouldn't dream of stealing your sushi or pinching your pizza. But it only takes one hungry pirate to ruin your night and leave you high and dry with an empty plate and a growling belly. So next time you order food, keep an eye out for those sneaky porch pirates. And to the hungry Doordashers out there, remember: It's a delivery job, not a buffet!

Doordasher Swoops Food After Delivery

Reddit user u/instantlo shared a video in Boise of her Doordasher taking the food after taking a picture to confirm the delivery.

Gallery Credit: Kyle Matthews

This Doordasher stole my food
byu/instantlo inBoise

Helpful Tips To Keep Packages Safe From Porch Pirates

In 2022, over 260 million packages were stolen by porch pirates. I knew the problem was bad but didn't realize how explosive this crime has gotten throughout the years.

Next time you order something, try these tips to help keep your packages safe from thieves like porch pirates.

Gallery Credit: Jessica On The Radio

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