All restaurants and eateries are closed during the global pandemic of coronavirus, which has led to an increase in online food ordering.
Many customers cancel the food after ordering it, which would be a discredit to the delivery boy as well as a waste of their time.
According to the reports, a bill has been tabled in the House of Representatives in the Philippines for those who order food and cancels it.
The bill proposes that anyone who cancels a meal after ordering it faces up to six years in prison and a 2,000 fine.
It should be noted that in the Philippines, the person who delivers the food pays for the food and then the customer, who places the order, pays the money to the delivery boy.
That is why when a person cancels an order, the rider has to pay out of his own pocket and his time and money got wasted.
According to the internal data of Google, there has been a 300% increase in the number of searches for ‘food delivery service’ on the Internet during the Coronavirus.
On the other hand, compared to last year, this year has seen a 31% increase in the number of Americans eating and drinking videos.