It's been a few days since the Uber app officially stopped working in the country, and some Grab drivers are already showing their true colors.

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and the ride-hailing company are in the middle of another issue, about the latter charging an additional P2 per minute for travel time. The agency reportedly ordered Grab to submit documents regarding the alleged "illegal" implementation, which the TNVS platform claims that the LTFRB was aware of since June 2017.

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Lost in the discourse are the poor riders having no choice but to book rude drivers. We're not saying all of them are evil, but it sure looks like the ones from hell are growing in numbers. This was what we were fearing prior to Grab's acquisition of Uber's Southeast Asian operations.

Worse than Mocha relocating Mayon to Naga

Grab Driver nailipat ang Luneta sa Makati from r/Philippines

Even rockstars like the Greyhoundz frontman aren't safe

What does this even mean?

This guy was lucky enough to book two hell drivers in one day

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Third time's a charm, we guess

Not sure if Grab or cab driver

And the rider has to be the one to adjust, apparently

We didn't know that GrabShare could be spontaneous

This driver thought it was a holiday

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This story originally appeared on Fhm.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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