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'Are you single? Do you live alone?' The terrifying questions a ride-share driver asked a drunk young woman as he dropped her home after a night on the town

Ms Lee had been drinking with friends in Auckland, New Zealand on Friday nightDriver asked if she was single, if she lived alone and said he was coming inside Woman was forced to give driver her number to stop him entering her homeAnna Lee was terrified after her ride-share driver asked her unsettling questions

A young woman was left shaken after her 'creepy' ride-share driver told her he would be following her into her home for a 'very good time'.

Anna Lee had been drinking with friends in Auckland, New Zealand, on Friday night when she downloaded the new ride-sharing app Ola and booked a ride home.

Her driver seemed friendly until he started asking her some terrifying questions.

'Are you single? Do you live alone?' The terrifying questions a ride-share driver asked a drunk young woman as he dropped her home after a night on the town

Anna Lee had been drinking with friends in Auckland, New Zealand, on Friday night when she downloaded the new ride-sharing app Ola and booked a ride home

Her driver seemed friendly until he started asking her some terrifying questions

Ms Lee told Stuff the driver asked her if she was single, if she lived alone and how many drinks she had had that night.

'I admitted I'd probably had a bit too much to drink, and he revealed I was his lucky last passenger for the night and that when we got to my house, he would be coming in for ''just one more drink…We'll have a very good time'''.

'I spent the next 15-minutes panicking, desperately trying to convince him – a complete stranger, why he shouldn't follow me into my house in the middle of the night, and that I didn't want to 'continue the party' with him.

'Finally, he pulled into my driveway, turned off his car and undid his seatbelt. I tried to get out of his car but he grabbed me, trapping me in. He said he'd let go if I either let him come in or handed over my phone number 'for next time', he winked.'

Ms Lee said the driver asked her if she was single, if she lived alone and how many drinks she had had that night

Ola, a ride-share company, have removed the driver from the platform while an investigation is underway

She gave him her number in the hope he would release his grip - which he did. 

Ms Lee scrambled inside and locked the door. The next morning she laid a complaint to Ola. 

She said they told her the driver had been removed from the platform while and investigation is underway. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ola for comment.  


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