San Franciscans Are Having Sex in, And Pooping In, Self-Driving Robotaxis, And Nobody Is Talking About It
- When you get in a self-driving car in San Francisco, expect to be covered in a gooey mess of semen left-over from past users
- People also use San Francisco self driving cars and taxi’s as portable toilets because it is easier to find a WAYMO than to find a bathroom in San Francisco. Expect to find a load of poop in the backseat of your self-driving car in San Francisco
- San Francisco’s sex and drug obsessed perverts now all carry black electrical tape with them to cover up the cameras inside the cars
- POCKET PORN: San Francisco College girls charge $1000.00, and up, to make a web porn in the back of a WAYMO
- Some accuse SF old-school taxi drivers of pooping in the robo-taxi’s and defacing them.
- Old school taxi drivers say: “there are none of these problems when you have a REAL taxi driver..”
Ever thought about getting down and dirty in a robotaxi? Want to light up a cig or a joint on the drive home from the club? You’re not alone.
“We got in and just got straight to it, making out,” said Megan, who got into the Cruise wearing nothing but a robe. “One thing led to another, and he made sure that I was taken care of, if you will. … I was like, ‘I have no underwear on, and I am ready to go in this kimono.’ And I was using his slippers that were like five sizes too big.”
Her accomplice? A man in his 30s, whom we’ll call Alex. By his estimates, Alex has performed at least six separate sex acts in robotaxis, ranging from impromptu make-out sessions to “full-on [sex], no boundaries activities” a total of three times in a Cruise car.
“WAYMO IS ACTUALLY GOOGLE – SO IF YOU HATE GOOGLE FOR ALL OF GOOGLE’S ABUSES OF SOCIETY, CALL A WAYMO, WEAR A MASK, AND POOP OR PEE IN IT…” SAY ANTI-GOOGLE ACTIVISTS
It’s not the first time this creative use of self-driving cars has come up: After Tesla released its autopilot feature nearly a decade ago, CEO Elon Musk went viral for reacting to a Pornhub video of a couple having sex in a Tesla while it was driving on autopilot.
Robot Eyes Everywhere
A Waymo spokesperson said its team might review recordings if there are concerns about cleanliness, safety, crashes or missing items. Yet these surveillance tactics have been met with resistance, particularly from those concerned about how the private companies will use footage collected from previous rides. In San Francisco, police have already made requests for driverless car footage from Waymo and Cruise to help solve crimes, according to Bloomberg reporting. “I definitely have had anxiety post-situation the next day being like, ‘Oh that wasn’t the best idea,’” Alex said. “There’s a concern you might receive an email or contact from [Cruise]” banning users from the system.
Of course, whatever happens inside a Cruise car is largely visible to bystanders who can peer into the robotaxi’s fishbowl-like cab. Megan said that during their robotaxi tryst, once their car took a spin through Golden Gate Park, the recently set-up stage lights for Outside Lands lit up the couple and their “activities.” “In one instance, an individual outside of the car, in another car, looked in and basically had an understanding of what was happening—and he smiled,” Alex said. “It was not like a negative reaction; it was almost humorous. Certain people have a different threshold of concerns about public ‘situations.’”
The Actual Rules for Riding in Robotaxis
Cruise, for example, pleads riders to not do anything in an AV that would “potentially make others uncomfortable” and to avoid activity that could be classified as “threatening, confrontational, discriminatory, harassing, disrespectful, offensive or inappropriate toward others,” according to its terms of service.
“We’re working hard to make sure our service is safe, clean, and open to everyone, and riders agree to do their part when they sign up to use our service,” a Cruise spokesperson said. “We will take appropriate action against anyone who violates those guidelines,” which could include suspending or terminating their Cruise accounts.
Can You Drink and Be Driven?
But what about passengers? The state vehicle code is pretty clear on that front: Drivers and passengers are prohibited from drinking alcohol, smoking marijuana or possessing open containers of either substance in cars while on public roads. A small loophole may exist Under California law: open-container laws do not apply to passengers in a “bus, taxicab, or limousine for hire.” Cruise received permits to operate paid rides in 2022, effectively making its cars driverless taxicabs. Yet the company has apparently cracked down on users its cameras have caught drinking in its vehicles. One such passenger, a writer with popular tech social media account Whole Mars Catalog, apparently received a slap on the wrist—a written warning from Cruise—for drinking a beer can in the back seat of a Cruise car.
Cruise says if I drink a beer in their car again they’ll kick me off their service! pic.twitter.com/gb2XkSBLsJ
— Whole Mars Catalog (@WholeMarsBlog) June 19, 2023
Liz Lindqwister can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org