Andrew Garfield confirmed a viral DoorDash delivery story but suggested the driver was 'being sneaky' trying to see his ID
- Andrew Garfield confirmed a viral tweet by a DoorDash driver who delivered him food in Atlanta.
- The viral story by the Twitter account @DrnBerry said Garfield was rude during the delivery.
- Garfield denied that he was rude.
Andrew Garfield confirmed a viral Twitter story by a DoorDash delivery driver who said he delivered him food in Atlanta but denied being "rude" as the driver suggested.
Late last year, a tweet from the Twitter account @DrnBerry , a DoorDash delivery driver, posted a series of tweets that recounted their experience delivering food to a home in Atlanta that they believed Andrew Garfield was staying in.
"Bra was rude asf," one of the tweets stated about Garfield. "It was cool but I asked for his id it's protocol if we deliver alcohol we have to scan. He kinda got agitated I brushed it off."
During a recent episode of the "Happy Sad Confused" podcast , Garfield confirmed he had been in Atlanta to shoot his secret role in "Spider-Man: No Way Home." And on his first night in the city, he ordered food to his residence for himself and his friends.
"I ordered takeout for us and COVID is high and I order food. It's literally my first night there and it's great. I get to wear a mask everywhere. I get to wear a hat. Nobody's ever going to know I'm here and I'm going to really be low-key and whatnot," Garfield said.
The 38-year-old actor then continued to say that the delivery man who seemed to be a "sweet seeming guy" arrived with his food.
"I open the door, I've got my mask on, my hat, and I'm like, 'Thanks, man.' And he's like, yo, yo, yo, I need to see your ID. And I'm like 'Huh?' He's like, 'I need to see your ID.' And I'm like, 'No delivery food thing has ever asked me for my ID. This is interesting,'" Garfield continued.
Garfield added that he asked the DoorDash delivery driver to step back because he had been standing too close to his front door, and he then again asked the driver why he needed to see his ID.
"I'm like, 'Sorry, man, why do you need my ID?' 'So I can check that it's you.' First of all, my DoorDash account is not my name. And he's like, 'Yeah, 'cause you got alcohol.' And I'm like, 'No, I didn't get alcohol. I didn't get any alcohol, man. I got some tacos,'" Garfield said on the podcast.
"Lo and behold the guy goes, 'I think I just delivered food to Andrew Garfield,' and I think he called me rude, which I definitely wasn't. I did ask to do social distancing, but I obviously upset the man and I didn't mean to and I apologize for anything that may have been misconstrued as being rude."
Garfield concluded the story by suggesting that the delivery might have been trying to see his ID to link his presence in Atlanta — where all Marvel Studios films are produced — to the secret production of "Spider-Man: No Way Home."
"Wherever you are, I know what you were up to. You were being sneaky, and you gave me a good challenge that night," the actor said.Read the original article on Insider