Entertainment Lyft Passengers Surprised To Find Out Will Smith Is Their Driver

08:06  18 january  2020
08:06  18 january  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

Fringe 'religious' group member escalates his headgear fight with ICBC

  Fringe 'religious' group member escalates his headgear fight with ICBC There is, Gary Smith says, no good reason for ICBC to refuse his request to wear his headgear for his driver’s licence photo. His headgear, a colander, is part of his religion: Smith is a Pastafarian, a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. ICBC has informed him it doesn’t qualify as religious headgear, have refused to accept a photo of him wearing it for his licence, and Smith has now filed a complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal. “My religious head covering is an expression of my beliefs,” he said.

These two were picked up late, they got in, and had the addresses wrong. Which I understood and helped her fix it from her app. I then continued to their

There's nothing more fun than a prank that brings great laughter to its victims, and this is what Chance the Rapper does when he becomes an undercover Lyft driver for a day. He drives unsuspecting passengers around Chicago and chats with them about all sorts of things, including rappers.

a group of people sitting around a car© YouTube

Will Smith is testing out his skills as a Lyft driver.

The "Bad Boys for Life" actor teamed up with the transportation company to surprise some riders.

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People were told they would be testing a new in-car technology but were shocked to see Smith sitting in the driver seat when they got in.

“I’m your Lyft driver. I don’t have all day to be waiting, get in,” Smith teased one passenger.

Another Facetimed his girlfriend after claiming she is the "biggest fan" and watches "'Bad Boys' at least once a week.

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And if having the icon drive you around isn't a gift enough, everyone was given a free year of Lyft rides at the end of their journey.

Truck driver pulled over for speeding was using his semi as a recording studio .
Wonder if the driver was haulin’ oats? A Washington State trooper was surprised to find a semi-truck he pulled over this week was being used by its driver as a recording studio — complete with party supplies. Public Information Officer Chris Thorson posted a photo on Instagram Monday showing the super sonic cabin of a semi-truck one of his fellow officers pulled over. It contained what appeared to be a computerized mixer, headphones and other electronic equipment.Thorson added that the cabin also included a microphone that dropped from the ceiling.

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