Man’s Epic Response to Nissan Wanting Proof of Non-delivery of His Car Sparks Hilarity | “He Sold Wonder Woman’s Car”
It's highly frustrating and disappointing when we order something of our choice, track the order to the day of delivery and when it's time to unite with it, we get nothing. A man on TikTok has some serious beef with the delivery as whenever he places an order, it doesn't get delivered and when he complains, the company says it has been done. LOL.
This time, TikTok user @golden_croissant ordered a car from Nissan but guess what? He received nothing. However, Nissan insisted it had made the delivery and asked for proof of his claims of "no delivery." The man found a hilariously savage idea to provide evidence—a TikTok video, which amassed 15.6 million views and over 3 million likes. Sebastian Rivera created the funny video content on Sunday, May 21, 2023. The clip shows Rivera washing dishes in his kitchen and the video text inlay reads, "Told Nissan my car was never delivered, they said they wanted proof."
The video then cuts back to show Rivera in an empty driveway and he points to it as if there was an actual car parked there. The second slide shows another angle of the same empty driveway but this time, he has car keys in his hand. It looks like Rivera is locking/unlocking his "invisible car" and his expressionless face is comical. The last bit of the video cuts to a Photoshopped image of Rivera sitting behind the steering wheel, except the car is nowhere to be seen and it appears to be Wonder Woman's invisible jet plane. Hahaha!! The man cracked up the internet with his wild way of mocking the delivery claims by Nissan.
TikTok users soaked in the hilarity of his video and dropped their funny takes on the mishap. A TikTok user, @chodegang96 wrote, "The Nissan gaslighting is crazy!" @shortyjackie96 quipped, "The way I screamed. Ironically I work for Nissan." Oops! Rivera quickly responded, "Don't show this to your boss." So fun. OMG! @fvckingpdro joked, "LMFAOOO. Someone said he stole Wonder Woman's Car." @theskinster282 said, "I feel like you got something way better than THE INVISIBLE BOAT MOBILE." A user, @capricorrnn97 fooled with Rivera and questioned, "Open the garage and let me see the backyard." Rivera assured, "There's nothing there, I swear."
The folk recorded a similar video when his DoorDash order didn't arrive in March 2023. The poor man showed views of his front doorstep and him at his kitchen table, with no meal on either. He indeed has some bad omens there with all his deliveries. However, a Nissan spokesperson responded to a request for comment. They said, "Nissan sent Sebastian a message offering to research his delivery issue. While we've not yet received a reply, we're pleased to see the creator making great use of Nissan's Zero Gravity Seats, available on many visible automobiles across the Nissan lineup." While we wait for Rivera to update us on his car delivery, his funny "delivery fails" content is a laugh riot that we can indulge in.