Technical glitch in the swiggy app places order from Chennai to Rajasthan
If you have ever ordered from the online food ordering app, Swiggy, then its not something new to hear Hello There will be a slight delay in the delivery of your order We regret the inconvenience
BENGALURU: If you have ever ordered from the online food ordering app, Swiggy, then it's not something new to hear "Hello. There will be a slight delay in the delivery of your order. We regret the inconvenience."
As, a hungry customer who is resident of Chennai took the decision of taking the matters of the food delivery app Swiggy to a whole new level, even after he had noticed that his order was already picked up by the delivery executive and was only 12 minutes away from reaching the destination.
Bhargav Rajan, a Twitter user, recently took to the social networking platform to inform Swiggy regarding the technical issue in which he mentioned that, he placed an order from an eatery which was close by to his residence in Chennai but the food app had somehow placed his order in the chili state of Rajasthan. But things took an interesting turn when the order placed by Bhargava was en route and the delivery executive was only 12 minutes away from the destination.
Shocked by this, Bhargav tagged Swiggy along with a screenshot from the app and asked, "Wow @swiggy_in what are you driving?”
Swiggy acknowledged the possible bug found in its app and replied by saying: “This seems to be the work of God of mischief Loki 😈 In all seriousness, we have highlighted this issue and taken it very seriously and are actively working on to avoid such mishaps in the future.”
Another user wrote "After five years... Thank you for ordering food from Swiggy. Please rate the restaurant and let us know the feedback.”
Some were relieved to know that the delivery was not in Bengaluru. And the mathematicians had debated if the delivery man was faster than the speed of sound or light.
Just to inform all the curious minds, if the delivery executive he was traveling from the state of Rajasthan to Chennai at an average speed on a 2 or 4 wheeler, it would take him approximately 40 hours to complete the journey of 2100+kms.