He’ll get them their meals — come hell or excessive water.
A heroic Brooklyn supply man was captured in jaw-dropping footage schlepping takeout by way of waist-high flood water in the course of the historic storm that swamped the Large Apple — and now the web is on a mission to seek out him and “tip” him.
The gutsy Grubhub employee was seen clutching a white plastic bag of meals and rolling his electrical bike by way of a number of ft of water on Roebling and North eleventh streets in Williamsburg at 10:10 pm Wednesday amid catastrophic flooding triggered by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, in line with a video posted on Twitter by photographer Johnny Miller.
“And thru all of it! @Grubhub supply nonetheless on the market bringing your dinner #ida #flooding #brooklyn,” he captioned the now-viral footage.
Miller, who was provided $1,700 by media shops to license the video, vowed to provide the cash to the thriller employee and spent a number of hours making an attempt to trace him all the way down to no avail, he stated.
Miller later posted a picture of the emblem on the person’s plastic bag — of purple flowers and the phrases “Thanks” — in an effort to seek out the restaurant linked to the supply man, to no avail.
“I haven’t been capable of finding this man but. I feel his plastic bag is a generic take out typically used for Chinese language meals,” Miller wrote in an replace on Twitter Thursday.
Miller additionally spoke to different Grubhub employees within the space to trace down the employee, who’s proven carrying a hood and waterproof clothes within the footage — however fellow supply males had been stumped.
The video had raked in additional than 10 million views by Friday with observers stating the employee deserves an enormous tip, and others launching an internet hunt to seek out him.
“I’m about to tip this man and it’s not even my meals. Grubhub higher give him worker of the yr… with a bonus,” one viewer wrote.
One other added, “Discover me his data I wish to give him a beneficiant venmo… Twitter do your factor!”
Grubhub and Miller didn’t instantly return a request for remark Friday morning.