The food industry has witnessed some interesting disruptions in the recent past. Drones delivering food, robots serving food in restaurants, inter-city food delivery, and more such inventions have made dining out and ordering in experience easier and more convenient. If you thought drones flying and landing at your doorstop with your food is a tad bit unbelievable, imagine a man flying to do the same. A video surfaced online showing a delivery agent flying up a high-rise building in Saudi Arabia to deliver food! Don’t believe us? Watch the following video.
First flying man delivering food in Saudi Arabia‼️😳 pic.twitter.com/sQuBz0MHQZ
— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) September 26, 2022
As you can see in the video, a man is flying up the high-rise building on a jetpack, also carrying the packaged food to be delivered. He flies from one tower to another to reach his destination. He is seen landing on a balcony where a woman is waiting to receive her food parcel. The video went viral as soon as it was posted on Twitter with more than 4 million views, over 80k likes and thousands of comments.
As evident from the reactions, the video has left many people astonished. But there are also some people who think the video is doctored. What do you think?
Take a look at some of the reactions left on the post:
This is crazy 🔥— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) September 26, 2022
Explains the “flying humanoid” videos I’ve been seeing.— David Peters (@DavidPe65559529) September 26, 2022
it’s also fake— Sebastian Carrillo (@splashrr_) September 26, 2022
As real as it looks, it is also somewhat unrealistic. Think about the logistics a food delivery platform will have to work out to make this happen. Some people are even wondering if this actually happens, will the food delivery prices go up?
While we don’t know if the video is real or not, it sure seems like a good idea to have our food delivered in minutes, especially when our hunger is at its peak. Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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