Tip-stealing Uber passenger identified as Brooklyn teen

Tip-stealing Uber passenger identified as Brooklyn teen

Driver Mohammed Bhuiyan's surveillance camera shows three passengers in the backseat.

While it's unclear whether the greenback-grabbing goon is knowingly making eye contact with the security camera directly in front of her face, or if she's checking out the rear view mirror to make sure the Uber operator isn't looking, she manages to get away with the gutless act in the moment.

He quickly glanced at his empty tip jar and swung his head around to look out the window, only to see that the young women were long gone.

But when she was about to get out of the auto, she put her hand in the tip jar but immediately then stopped.

Uber has responded by banning her from their service and urging the driver to make criminal charges against her.

Gabrielle Canales was caught in the act swiping money from the driver's stash while getting the auto with pals.

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A video has surfaced on social media showing a woman stealing money from an Uber driver upon arriving at the destination.

"We understand your frustration with this experience", Uber said in a letter, obtained by the Daily Mail, to the driver. "We've endeavored to contact the rider by telephone and email, yet haven't possessed the capacity to determine this issue".

Bhuiyan told the Daily Mail that he has been too busy working to file a police report. "In the event that you trust the rider has your money as caught from your dashcam and is declining to return it, you might need to start a formal examination by means of the police".

Uber said Canales has been banned from using the app.

"What's been shown has no place on our app and the rider's access to the app has been removed", a company spokesperson told Fox News.

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