A California man claims he got punched in his face by a driver who claimed he had an Uber card.
The Uber driver told the driver to stop but instead punched him in the chest.
Uber says it’s looking into the incident.
Uber is also investigating the incident, a company spokesperson told ABC News.
“This is unacceptable and should be reported to the police,” Uber wrote in a statement to ABC News, referring to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
In a video posted to YouTube on Monday, a passenger in a car with two other passengers can be seen arguing with a passenger of the driver’s vehicle. “
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In a video posted to YouTube on Monday, a passenger in a car with two other passengers can be seen arguing with a passenger of the driver’s vehicle.
The passenger then appears to punch the driver, causing the driver “to fall backwards into the passenger seat,” the video says.
“I said, ‘You’re not going to kill me, are you?’ and he said, [He’s] going to jail, he’s going to be fined, he will be fined,” the passenger says.
In the video, the passenger and the driver can be heard yelling at each other.
“You’re a liar, you’re a fraud, you can’t even ride with your own car,” the other passenger can be overheard saying.
The driver, who has not been identified, is seen on the video trying to get back into the car and the passenger in the passenger car, who is also unidentified, can be shown getting out of the car.
He is seen walking back to the car with the other passengers and walking back toward the driver.
The passengers then get into the driver and the two other drivers and the other driver and passenger start arguing again.
The two passengers then try to fight the driver out of their car and eventually they begin to fight again.
“The driver started to push me back into my car, I pushed him back into his car, the car came to a complete stop,” the driver told ABC affiliate KABC in an interview with the station.
The video ends with the driver saying “you’re going to pay for this, you’ve got to pay this, he can’t drive with us.”
A spokesperson for Uber told ABC the company has suspended the driver pending an investigation into the alleged assault.