- Jean Van Landegghem has been receiving pizza orders he never purchased for the past 10 years
- In explaining his frustration, the 65-year-old man said he no longer sleeps well as he has to always turn away delivery men
- Van said he is sure that there is an ill intention behind the deliveries that have been coming to his door
A 65-year-old man, Jean Van Landeghem, has been receiving pizza packages he never ordered and the situation has been on for the past 10 years.
While what is happening to the 65-year-old man may sound like fun and a thing of great luck, the man is fed up after the thing continued for years, BGR reports.
In his interview with the media, Van said that the endless pizza deliveries stress him out and he is now of the opinion that the unwanted orders were ill-intended despite the fact he was initially told that the situation was because of a system malfunction.
Van had the worst moment with the deliveries was in January 2019 when a drove of 10 delivery drivers showed up at his house on the same day with one of them bearing 14 pizzas.
It should be noted that deliveries are not paid for before they were ordered as delivery men wait on the old man to make payment.
“I cannot sleep anymore. I start shaking every time I hear a scooter on the street. I dread that someone will come to drop off hot pizzas yet another time,” he said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that African children are avoiding their mothers on WhatsApp, one of the biggest messaging apps on the continent.
Udo, a 39-year-old who lives in Lagos, said that her mother spends most of her morning time on WhatsApp, saying she is always checking people’s statuses and videos on the app.
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It should be noted that unlike other social media platforms like Twitter, WhatsApp can still work even when the internet connection is a bit bad.
The report also pinned a reason why it is popular on the fact that it requires no complex profiles or passwords to operate.
Nigerians have complained about the number of messages they get from their moms as Ihuoma, a 41-year-old Abuja resident, gave an example of how such messages always begin.
"You just wake up in the morning and you see 10 videos from your mother. And each one begins with: 'You must watch this!' 'This will help somebody!' Those are always the opening lines," she said.
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